The Miami Marlins have bigger problems than the setup of their home ballpark, but that doesn’t mean it’s not an issue.
Alex Rodriguez homered for his 3,000th career hit and smiled all the way around the bases Friday night, the highlight so far in what’s become a resurgent season for the formerly disgraced slugger.
Alex Rodriguez reached 2,999 hits with a pair of singles, and Carlos Beltran and Brett Gardner each had two-run homers, leading the New York Yankees to a 9-4 victory over the Miami Marlins on Thursday night.
Closing in on 3,000 hits, Alex Rodriguez is taking the pursuit of his latest milestone in stride.
The Miami Marlins are back on the road after a very successful homestand.
Alex Rodriguez sat in a mostly deserted visiting dugout two hours before Monday’s game, holding his older daughter’s hands while she whispered in his ear
Despite their difference in record, the Miami Marlins and New York Yankees aren’t that dissimilar this season.
Alex Rodriguez pinch-hit and flied out to end the game in his homecoming Monday night, and the Miami Marlins beat the New York Yankees 2-1.
Alex Rodriguez is bringing his pursuit of the 3,000-hit milestone to his hometown, where it may be put on hold.
There’s going to be a lot of focus on South Florida in the baseball world over the next couple of days.