Alex Rodriguez is a talented guy. He's a two-time MVP. He's got the richest contract of all-time. He honors the fans. And he's also an author. Sure, today and the weekend might belong to J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter, but A-Rod tried to claim his stake on the day as well.
Alex Rodriguez signed copies of his children's book, sang "Do-Re-Mi" with his daughter, posed for paparazzi, and spoke in English and Spanish to a horde of camera crews before heading up to the Bronx for a tilt with the Devil Rays.Hundreds of fans came out to FAO Schwartz to have their copies of A-Rod's "Out of the Ballpark," written his tome without (credited) assistance
"I wrote this book because my daughter loves to read. She must have like 50 books," Rodriguez said. "I wish I read more as a child," Rodriguez said. "As a child, as a youngster, you can never have too many books."Definitely Alex. But while having books is great, so is checking them out from the library.
It should be noted that A-Rod's wife, Cynthia chose not to wear an "F-Bomb" shirt like she did earlier in the season. For this affair it was just a simple dress.