Alex Rodriugez said he doesn't see managing his future: "I'm trying to get my life back in order," Rodriguez said. "I'm trying to manage my daughters and, most of the time, they are managing me."
A-Rod reiterates retirement.
Despite being a guest instructor at Yankees spring training, Alex Rodriguez tells reporters he has no intentions of playing again or managing a team.
Alex Rodriguez claimed that after he was let go by the Yankees, there were a "few" teams interested in him last year, but he didn't return any of their calls. It is known the Marlins had some interest in A-Rod. Rodriguez would not reveal the other teams.
Victor Cruz could fill slot role on Panthers.
Health looms large for Cruz in 2017 but the Panthers don't have a wide receiver like him.
A-Rod on putting on a Yankees uniform again.
Darrelle Revis' pre-trial hearing, scheduled for Thursday in Pittsburgh, has been pushed back to March 15, his attorney, Robert Del Greco, confirmed. The Jets have to make a decision on Revis' roster spot by March 10, when a $2 million roster bonus is due. Revis is facing four first-degree felony charges, including aggravated assault.
A-Rod says he had a few offers to play again at the end of the season and declined them.
A-Rod says he is officially retired.
Joe Girardi said he thought it would be natural for Alex Rodriguez would think about making a comeback after hanging around the team as a special advisor. There is no indication that is in A-Rod's mind. A-Rod is going to speak shortly.
NHL, NHLPA looking at revamping schedule
The competitive disparity in teams' records coming off a bye week has led to talks between the NHL and NHLPA.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi said he wouldn't be surprised if Alex Rodríguez would at least think about a comeback while he's at spring training as an instructor.
Nets' BPI projections good news for Celts.
With an NBA-worst 9-47 record, Brooklyn is getting the highest odds to secure a top-three pick in this year's draft from BPI. The Celtics, who can swap for the pick, will gladly take that.
Knicks not getting good odds for playoffs.
BPI is giving New York a better chance to secure a top-three pick in the draft (12 percent) than to make the playoffs (two percent). The Knicks are four games back of the eighth seed in the East.
Yankees manager Joe Girardi jokes that he may ask A-Rod to coach 1st or 3B when some of his coaches leave for the WBC.
Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman and spring training instructor Alex Rodriguez watch batting practice in Tampa.
A-Rod talking to Yankees GM Brian Cashman.
Back at Third Base, Number 13. El número 13 de regreso a la esquina caliente.
A-Rod instructing at shortstop
A-Rod debuts as an instructor at Yankees camp.
Alex Rodriguez instructing in the outfield.
Ex-Giants OL Schwartz announces retirement
Former Giants lineman Geoff Schwartz, who didn't play last season, announced his retirement Tuesday at the age of the 30.
Buyer beware with Carmelo Anthony.
Melo might have been added to last weekend's All-Star Game, but he's still in the midst of his worst season in nearly a decade in terms of PER.
Could Melo to the Clippers pave the way for LeBron?
Stephen A. Smith wouldn't be surprised to see the Clippers trade for Carmelo Anthony, while Max Kellerman wonders if that would sway LeBron to join forces.
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