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"It doesn't really matter to me," Rodriguez said Saturday, before getting ready to play a game against the Mets at Shea Stadium. "I love the challenge of being the best I can be. If that means people saying negative things or positive things, I don't really care, because it doesn't mean anything either way."
nuggets wrote:That's a surprisingly good article.
One thing he might have pointed out is Ortiz had 78 AB/93PA in "Close and Late" situations. ARod had 91 PA in addition to the aforementioned 75 AB.
12 RBI vs 33 is big, as well as .938 OPS vs 1.293. ARod might be a good clutch hitter, but relative to the who mattered most, he paled in comparison.
Alex's three year splits indicate he's quite a bit better than Manny.
TheYanks04 wrote:It is comments like spme of the ones from A-choke here that just make certain Yankee fans hate him even more. Stuff like:
"If we win Game 4, I could have been MVP of that series," he said. "It was either me or (Hideki) Matsui."
Well guess what AROD, you didn't and you were one of the main reasons why. Woulda shoulda coulda does not cut it. Shut your trap and stop making excuses.
You do not have to see stats to know this guy is soft. He should shut his trap and go out there and act like a cleanup or #3 hitter would amd one with 2 MVPs should and people would stop giving him a hard time in NY. The media is going to continue to roast him because he so richly deserves it. 25 million dollars a year and all he is good for is hitting a 3 run bomb vs TB in June up 5-0 to make it 8-0...or so it appears to be the case with such frequency.
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