A source close to Alex Rodriguez told Newsday's Steve Marcus that the 39-year-old will arrive at spring training set on winning the third base job.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Tuesday that he envisions Alex Rodriguez as the club's designated hitter in 2015.
A source close to Alex Rodriguez told the New York Daily News that the 38-year-old has been working out "like a fiend" over the past couple of months.
According to Jay Weaver of the Miami Herald, Alex Rodriguez admitted to the Drug Enforcement Administration in January that he used performance-enhancing drugs.
Yankees activated 3B Alex Rodriguez from the restricted list.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman said Friday that he's "open to pursuing third base options."
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said Monday that he expects Alex Rodriguez to be the team's third baseman next season.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman indicated Saturday that he has been in contact with Alex Rodriguez, and that he isn't interested in playing winter ball this offseason.
George A. King III of the New York Post reports that suspended slugger Alex Rodriguez has been working out at the University of Miami and at UCLA in Los Angeles in preparation for his return to Major League Baseball in 2015.
Newsday's Jim Baumbach reports that Alex Rodriguez has voluntarily dismissed his case against MLB, MLBPA and commissioner Bud Selig.
According to Jeff Passan and Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports, MLB player representatives "overwhelmingly agreed" that Alex Rodriguez should be kicked out of the union during a 90-minute conference call last week.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, the commissioner's office and the MLBPA is in agreement that Alex Rodriguez counts $3,155,737.70 toward the luxury tax for the Yankees in 2014.
Alex Rodriguez has sued Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association in federal court in an attempt to have his 162-game suspension overturned.
Alex Rodriguez' attorney will file a suit in federal court Monday contesting Saturday's decision, reports Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times.