When playing in New York City, nothing is off limits for New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez.
By Robby Sabo
Unless you’re one of those completely optimistic Alex Rodriguez backers, you knew this was coming.
Whether it’s in the store, talking to the hot-dog man, or even buddying up with the nearest doorman, the conversation this morning surrounded A-Rod’s 3,000 hit. Remarkably, he added to the conversation while homering to notch the epic milestone.
However, like previously mentioned, we all knew this was coming.
The this we speak of is the backlash from the unforgiving New York media.
Check out the back-pages of both the NY Daily News and the NY Post this morning:
— John Kucko (@john_kucko) June 20, 2015
Classic back-page in the Big Apple.
Hey, receiving the curtain-call at Yankee Stadium after the moment is one thing, allowing that warm and fuzzy momentum to continue is another story.
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