Fenway On His Mind

New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez flips his bat after swinging and missing a pitch against Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Ricky Romero during the fourth inning of their spring training opening baseball game in Dunedin, Fla., Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2009. Rodiguez hit a two-run on the next pitch.
(AP)

A-Roid's Already Thinking About His Reception

2.25.09, New York Post: "A-Rod downplayed the insults hurled at him by those in the stands and concentrated on the ones that were supportive. 'Fans were okay, I would like to invite a bunch of them to Fenway Park. They were pretty nice,' Rodriguez said."

George King: A-Rod Climbs Into Car with 'Steroid' Cousin Yuri
Oh, and The Unnatural Hit an A-bomb

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