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Yankee slugger Alex Rodriguez is playing hardball against wife Cynthia in their divorce case, saying he wants their prenuptial agreement enforced.
In court papers obtained by the New York Daily News, A-Rod's side responds point by point to the July 7 divorce filing by Cynthia Rodriguez.
Since his "affair of the heart" was exposed, the personal life of Alex Rodriguez could best be called tumultuous. At worst, a train wreck.
The Sun (UK) reports that things aren't well with Madonna, either.
Guess he has a history of being brainwashed.
Several friends of New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez say estranged wife Cynthia Rodriguez "brainwashed him," the New York Daily News reports.
For the record, there's a better chance of Tiffany Pollard winning an Academy Award than there is of this story being true.
Still, it's our job to report on all celebrity gossip making the rounds - and this one is a doozy!
As the third baseman for the New York Yankees, Alex Rodriguez has been involved in countless double plays over the years.
A new report in The New York Post, however, focuses on a December 2006 double team that A-Rod enjoyed in a Florida hotel room.
Beleaguered New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez admitted that "times are a bit difficult" in an interview with The Insider on Monday.
"I'll get through them," he said at the 2008 MLB All-Star Week party at Jay-Z's 40/40 club. "The support of the New York fans has been incredible."