New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez told ESPN that he would

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New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez told ESPN that he would

New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez told ESPN that he would

New York Yankees designated hitter Alex Rodriguez told ESPN that he would retire after the 2017 season when his current 10-year, $275 million contract expires. It will mark the end of a long, controversial career for the three-time MVP who leads all current MLB players in runs, RBIs and home runs. His 687 home runs rank fourth all-time and are 27 shy of Babe Ruth’s figure. A-Rod will earn a $6 million bonus from the Yankees for passing Ruth and add to a career haul that will hit an estimated $480 million in earnings from salary, bonuses, incentives and endorsements by 2017.
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