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Friday April 25th 2014

Alex Rodriguez: Yankees Must Make A-Rod a Full-Time DH to Maximize His Value

this point, it's clear that the New York Yankees made a mistake when they signed Alex Rodriguez to a 10-year contract worth $275 million back in the winter of 2007.

There was simply never a chance of him being worth that kind of money and the Yankees should have anticipated A-Rod breaking down once he got into his late-30s, a nightmare that has become a reality over the last two seasons. 

To say that A-Rod is overpaid is a statement that doesn't require much of an argument. In fact, all one has to do is take a look at the specifics over at BaseballPlayerSalaries.com. A-Rod's $29 million salary accounts for 14.79 percent of the Yankees' payroll. He has accounted for just 3.79 percent of the team's "on-field performance."

So ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - New York Yankees


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