• Rodriguez to Stay Away as Yankees Report

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Feb 13, 2013
    Manager Joe Girardi said on Tuesday that he does not know if or when Rodriguez will join his teammates this spring. Rodriguez had surgery on Jan. New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi said that Alex Rodriguez will rehab from hip surgery in New York and won't be with the team to start spring training. Girardi said he did not know when Rodriguez would show up, but he sounded as if it would not be soon. Aside from Kevin Youkilis, signed to a one-year deal to replace injured Alex Rodriguez at third base, and Travis Hafner, who signed a one-year deal to replace Raul Ibanez as the left-handed designated hitter, the bulk of the Yankees' signings this winter were of players who were with the team last year. Otherwise, with $114 million still invested in A-Rod, do you really think the Yankees wouldn’t want him rehabbing on site, under the daily care and supervision of their medical, training and conditioning staff? There are several questions as Girardi prepares to send his pitchers and catchers out for their first mandatory workout on Wednesday, and the skipper does not shy away from the reality that he is piloting an older club, one that will require more attention as the year goes on.
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    • A-Rod to rehab in New York, not at spring camp

      TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Alex Rodriguez will not report to spring training with the Yankees' position players and will work on his rehabilitation from hip surgery in New York.
    • A-Rod will skip camp as he rehabs in New York

      Alex Rodriguez will not report to Spring Training with the Yankees' position players, as the club advised him to stay in New York to continue rehabilitation on his surgically repaired left hip.
      Source: MLB.com
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