Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez poses for a photo spread in DETAILS magazine.
(Details magazine photo by Steven Klein)

Bring Your Mirrors to Fenway on Tuesday Night, June 9...
Sexy Alexy Will Like What He Sees

The Dope Opera in New York Continues as Oddball 'Roid-Boy Alex Rodriguez
Takes a Really Good Look at Himself in Details Magazine
More A-Rod Striking the Pose | It's All in Details

3.17.09 New York Post: "Details writer Jason Gay noted that A-Rod frantically reached out to him after the interview to retract the revelation of his favorite Madonna song. The meltdown seemed like an odd concern of A-Rod's, according to Gay, considering that the Bomber's chat with Details came after Sports Illustrated reported he had used banned substances, and days before he faced teammates and media in Tampa. A-Rod told the writer he didn't want that particular Madonna song blaring at rival American League parks at every road game."... just play 'em all Mr. DJ... Borderline... Vogue...

Somebody Buy This Man Some Sheets

Alex Rodriguez stretches out and stares at his own reflection in this photo for Details magazine.
(Details magazine photo by Steven Klein)

And Once Again, We'd Like to Thank Don Fehr and the Glorious Players Association for Keeping This Crazy Cat Out of Boston

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