So many rods. This time, the Rodriguez under fire in the Big Apple is Cynthia. Yankee superstar Alex Rodriguez's long-suffering wife may have finally flipped her lid yesterday when she went to a game in The Bronx wearing a tight-fitting, white tank top bearing this on the back:
We've seen Britney Spears wear the same tank top in the past. But such lunacy is almost expected from that train wreck. With Cynthia Rodriguez, many were taken aback - especially those seated behind her.
The obscene phrase was visible to many fans - including kids - as she, 2-year-old daughter, Natasha, and another woman took their seats.
"[One] father, was so embarrassed, he got up and left and took his son," who appeared to be about 10 years old, a fan said.
"I mean this kid was right in back of Cynthia Rodriguez... his nose must have been about 4 inches away from the words 'F*%k you.'"
Cynthia Rodriguez's F-word faux pas also violates Yankee Stadium policy.
The team's policy prohibits any banners or signs that are not in "good taste" and also warns that security guards will eject anyone "using foul language" or "making obscene gestures."
Still, when fans let nearby security know about Cynthia Rodriguez's classy four-letter garment yesterday, nothing was done about it.
"It was noted by police and security," one fan said. "They were aware of it. I guess they didn't know what to do. I guess you don't kick A-Rod's wife out of the game."
Cynthia's shocking breach of stadium etiquette comes about a month after she was publicly humiliated by her straying hubby's catting around the country and Canada with a busty, blond Las Vegas stripper and Playboy wannabe.
His manly-looking mistress was later revealed as Joslyn Noel Morse and featured in a New York Post expose. Fans mocked A-Rod over Joslyn's unattractiveness.
Despite - or perhaps because of - those randy revelations, Alex Rodriguez, 31, has been on fire when it comes to the baseball diamond, batting a jaw-dropping 406 over the last month.
Howard Rubenstein, the spokesman for George Steinbrenner, last night said he could not reach The Boss or other executives for comment on Cynthia's stunt.
It's not clear who the target was of the Cynthia Rodriguez wrath: Yankee fans, management, the media, a nude Joslyn Noel Morse, or Alex Rodriguez himself.
A-Rod's agent, Scott Boras, was busy lighting cigars with $100 bills on his yacht while making calls on his new iPhone and could not be reached for comment.
However, Isaiah Washington was reportedly thrilled that someone else was getting $h!t over the improper use of an f-word. It's about time, right?
Incidentally, if C-Rod was trying to light a fire under A-Rod and the team with her F-Rod antics, it didn't work - the Bronx (Stink) Bombers got killed 11-5 by the A's. Pity.