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July 10, 2008: "A-Rod Confesses His Love For Madonna"

Alex Rodriguez allegedly confessed his love for Madonna at the beginning of this year.

The New York Yankees baseball star told a pal he was besotted with Madonna as they had dinner at a restaurant in January, during which Alex spent most of the evening texting her.

His friend told Us Weekly magazine: "He kept smiling, acting as if he was a little kid. He told me it was Madonna he was texting. I was shocked. He proceeded to say he was in love with her. I thought he was kidding but he wasn't."

Just a few weeks after the dinner, Alex confirmed how much he had fallen for Madonna, telling the same friend: "She's my f***ing soulmate."

Madonna has previously denied any involvement with the sportsman, insisting they are just friends.

She was also furious her alleged relationship with Alex had been labeled an "affair of the heart" by a lawyer for his wife.

A source involved with the divorce said: "Madonna is outraged. She told his wife Cynthia's lawyers not to make any more statements about her - in short, shut up."

Cynthia's legal team served her spouse with divorce papers earlier this week. Despite not being named in the documents, Cynthia's lawyers are still attributing some of the blame for the break-up to Madonna.

One of Cynthia's legal representatives, Earle Lilly, said of Madonna and Alex: "The correct analysis is a relationship. Some people categorize an affair as sexual infidelity. We're not claiming that - it's an affair of the heart."


July 5, 2008: "A-Rods Wife Tells Pals She Believes Madonna Lured Yank With Kabbalah"

Pop icon Madonna is using kabbalah to brainwash Yankee star Alex Rodriguez into believing they are soulmates, the ballplayers estranged wife is telling friends.

Cynthia Rodriguez, who has bolted to rocker Lenny Kravitzs Paris pad to avoid the limelight, is blaming the Material Girl for breaking up her five-year marriage, a close friend told the Daily News. The 34-year-old stunner has revealed to close confidants that she discovered a note her husband wrote professing his true feelings to Madonna.

I believe he was having an affair with Madonna, she told a friend, who spoke anonymously for fear of angering A-Rod. She said she found a letter where Alex told Madonna: You are my true soulmate.

The friend said Cynthia Rodriguez, who gave birth to the couples second daughter about 10 weeks ago, is teary and heartbroken over the split. Despite the sleepless nights and jags of tears, Cynthia Rodriguez is telling friends, I still love my husband.

The startling revelations come just days after reports that Rodriguez, 32, had been dumped by his wife and has been seen making late-night visits to the 49-year-old Madonnas upper West Side home.

While Madonnas flack has vehemently denied any hanky-panky, insisting the slugger and the singer are just friends, Cynthia Rodriguez is convinced otherwise. She has privately insisted to pals that the Hard Candy singer beguiled A-Rod by introducing him to the mystical Jewish teachings of kabbalah.
I feel like Madonna is using mind control over him, Cynthia Rodriguez told the friend. I dont recognize the man hes become. He was a sweet, beautiful, loving husband and father. Today hes very cold and calculating.

The Bombers $275 million third baseman upset his wife in April by showing up 10 minutes after she gave birth to their daughter, Ella Alexander. He only exacerbated her hurt feelings by spending only a day with her and their newborn before rejoining the Yankees.
This all started with kabbalah, said the friend. Alex told Cynthia that hed discovered that hed been looking for his soul mate. And now, he said, hed found her.

Simultaneously, Madonna has been hounded by reports that her seven-year marriage to filmmaker Guy Ritchie is on the rocks.
I believe in family more than anything.

At first, Cynthia didnt find it odd that her brawny husband was spending so much time with the married pop star, whose daughter, Lourdes, shares his mothers name.

Cynthia was so innocent, said the friend, adding that the scorned wife believed A-Rod and Madonna were hanging out simply because they share the same manager, Guy Oseary. Cynthia thought he just respected the woman, the friend said. Cynthia told me, I respected her, too - her creativity and ability to reinvent herself. I grew up listening to Madonna songs. I never dreamed this 49-year-old woman was anything more than a friend.

Three weeks after the birth of their daughter Ella, A-Rod dropped a knee-wobbling bomb on his wife, the friend said. Alex came to Cynthia and claimed their marriage was over, the friend said. That was news to her. Shed had no clue. She said, I was devastated, the friend said. Ive been with him for 13 years, she told her friend. I stood beside him through all his struggles.

Despite the public humiliation of his romps at strip clubs and seeing photographs of him with Scores dancer Joslyn Noel Morse, Cynthia has been a faithful wife, the friend said. She said, I believe in family more than anything in the world.

Friends of Cynthia Rodriguez suspect A-Rod, or his allies, floated the story this week that she was having a fling withKravitz in Paris. Kravitz who was playing a gig in Belgium last night, was forced to issued a public denial Thursday.

There is absolutely no affair between Cynthia Rodriguez and myself, he said in a statement. This is unequivocally 100% not true. Cynthia is a friend and is here with the godfather of her baby, who is also Alexs trainer, his wife and their baby girl.


July 4, 2008: "After Reports Of Hooking Up With Madonna, Alex Rodriguez Asks Wife For Divorce"

Alex Rodriguez, the baseball star romantically linked to Madonna, has reportedly asked his wife for a divorce.

Alex Rodriguez allegedly told his wife Cynthia he wanted to end their five-year marriage because Madonna is his "spiritual soulmate."

A source close to Alex - who was seen without his wedding ring earlier this week - told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "Alex said he and Madonna are spiritual soulmates, and she has helped introduce him to Kabbalah."

Cynthia is now said to have fled to France to stay with musician Lenny Kravitz, a close family friend.

The source added: "In recent weeks, Alex has remained in New York while Cynthia has been at their mansion in Miami. She went to Paris after Lenny offered a shoulder to cry on over her split. Cynthia is devastated and needed to get away."

According to a family friend, "tearful" Cynthia believes Madonna brain-washed Alex. The pal told the New York Daily News newspaper: "Cynthia said, 'I feel like Madonna is using mind control over him. I don't recognize the man he has become.'"

Alex is said to have become friendly with Madonna, 49, after they met at a gym.

Madonna's spokesperson, Liz Rosenberg, has denied the relationship reports, insisting the pair are "just friends". She said: "Madonna and Alex have the same manager, Guy Oseary. They know each other and Madonna took her kids to a New York Yankees game last week. There's really not anything to comment beyond that."

Liz also denied that Madonna and Guy are set to divorce, following persistent rumors that have dogged the couple for weeks.


July 3, 2008: "Long Before Madonna Entered Alex Rodriguezs Life, There Was Monique"

More details are emerging about A-Rods fixation on the striking brown-haired Brazilian dancer four years ago. He would come in maybe once a week if he wasnt on the road, Joe Goncalves, manager of the VIP strip club in Chelsea, told The Posts Dan Mangan. He would go straight to one of our private rooms . . . She was the only girl he ever was interested in. He said the two would stay at least for a couple of hours in the room, which cost $900 per hour. The slugger stopped visiting the jiggle joint around the same time Page Six reported his fondness for Monique in 2004.


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Birth name: Alexander Emmanuel "Alex" Rodriguez.
Born: July 27, 1975, in New York, New York, USA.
Nick name: A-Rod.

Alex Rodriguez biography (bio):
Alexander Emmanuel "Alex" Rodriguez commonly nicknamed A-Rod, is a Dominican-American baseball infielder. He is the starting third baseman for the New York Yankees, having played shortstop for the Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners.
Since 1996 (his first full season) through 2006 he leads the major leagues in home runs (HR), runs scored, runs batted in (RBI), total bases and extra-base hits. Of all players in baseball history at age 30, he is first all-time in both HR and runs scored, 2nd in total bases and extra base hits, 3rd in RBI, and 4th in hits. In his career to that point, Rodriguez had more HR, more RBI, more runs scored, and more base hits than all-time leaders Hank Aaron (HR and RBI), Rickey Henderson (runs scored), and Pete Rose (hits) did prior to their 30th birthdays. He also shares the MLB record (and holds the AL record) for most home runs in the month of April, hitting 14 in 2007.
He has often been cited as the best all-around player currently in baseball. Rodriguez is also known for signing the richest contract in sports history, a 10-year, $252 million deal.
Alex Rodriguez was drafted first overall by the Seattle Mariners in 1993. He was signed by Roger Jongewaard right out of high school. Rodriguez rose rapidly through the Mariners organization, and made his major league debut as the starting shortstop on July 8, 1994, in Boston at 18 years, 11 months, and 11 days of age, just the third 18-year-old major league shortstop since 1900. He was also the first 18-year-old major league player in 10 years, and the youngest position player in Seattle history. His 1st major league hit was a single off Sergio Valdez on July 9 at Fenway Park. Rodriguez's first major league campaign lasted just one month; the season was cut short by the 1994 Major League Baseball strike. While he was in the major leagues in 1994, he was the youngest player in baseball.
Rodriguez then split most of 1995 between the Mariners and their AAA club, the Tacoma Rainiers. He connected for his 1st major league home run off Kansas City's Tom Gordon on June 12. Rodriguez joined the major league roster permanently in August, and got his first taste of postseason play, albeit in just two at-bats. Again, he was the youngest player in baseball.

1996: First Full Season and Breakout Year:
The following year, Rodriguez took over as the Mariners' regular shortstop (SS) and emerged as a star player, hitting 36 HR, driving in 123 runs, and pacing the American League (AL) with a .358 batting average, the highest for an AL righthanded batter since Joe DiMaggio hit .381 in 1939 and the 3rd highest ever for a SS. At 21 years and one month, he was the 3rd youngest AL batting leader ever behind Al Kaline (20) in 1955 and Ty Cobb (20) in 1907, and the 3rd youngest player in history with 35+ homers. He was also the 1st major league SS to win a Batting Title since 1960, and the 1st in the AL since 1944, and at 20 years, 11 months, was the youngest SS in All-Star Game history. He also led the AL in runs (141), total bases (379), and doubles (54) and ranked among the league leaders in hits (2nd, 215), extra base hits (2nd, 91), multi-hit games (3rd, 65), slugging (4th, .631), RBIs (8th, 123), and on-base percentage (8th, .414). Rodriguez posted the highest totals ever for a shortstop in runs, hits, doubles, extra base hits, and slugging, and tied most total bases, and established Seattle club records for average, runs, hits, doubles, and total bases, in a season that statistical analysts consider the best ever by a SS.
He was selected by both The Sporting News and Associated Press as the Major League Player of the Year, and came close to becoming the youngest MVP (Most Valuable Player) in baseball history, finishing second to Juan Gonzlez in one of the most controversial MVP elections in recent times.[4] He finished three points behind Gonzlez (290-287), matching the 2nd closest A.L. MVP voting in history.

1997 Season:
In 1997, Rodriguez's numbers fell somewhat, as he hit 23 HRs with 84 RBIs and a .300 batting average that year. He hit for the cycle on June 5 at Detroit, becoming the 2nd Mariner to ever accomplish the feat, and at 21 years, 10 months, was 5th youngest player in history to do it. He was the fan's choice to start the All-Star Game at shortstop for the AL team, becoming the first player other than Cal Ripken to start at shortstop in 13 years. It was the first All-Star start of his career and his second All-Star Game in two years.

1998: 40-40 Club:
Rodriguez rebounded in 1998, setting the AL record for homers by a shortstop and becoming just the third member of the 40-40 Club, (with 42 HR and 46 SB) and one of just 3 shortstops in history to hit 40 home runs in a season.
He was selected as Players Choice AL Player of the Year, won his 2nd Silver Slugger Award and finished in the top 10 in the MVP voting.

1999 Season:
In 1999 he again hit 42 HR, despite missing over 30 games with an injury and playing the second half of the season at Safeco Field, a considerably less hitter-friendly ballpark than the Kingdome.

2000: Final Season in Seattle:
Rodriguez entered 2000 as the cornerstone player of the Mariners franchise, which had recently dealt superstars Randy Johnson and Ken Griffey, Jr. Rodriguez put up great numbers as the team's remaining superstar; he hit 41 HR with 132 RBI and had a .316 batting average. He set a career high for walks (100) and became the first and only shortstop to have 100 runs, RBIs, and walks in the same season. He hit well in the playoffs too (.409 batting average and .773 slugging percentage), but Seattle lost to the New York Yankees in the American League Championship Series.
He was selected as the Major League Player of the Year by Baseball America and finished 3rd in the BBWAA AL MVP voting.

Texas Rangers:
Rodriguez became a free agent after the 2000 season. He eventually signed with the Texas Rangers, who had fallen to last in their division in 2000. The contract he signed is the most lucrative contract in sports history: a 10-year deal worth $252 million. The deal is worth $63 million more than the second-richest baseball deal.

2001-2002: Record-breaking Seasons:
Rodriguez's power hitting numbers improved with his move to Texas. In his first season with the Rangers, Alex produced one of the top offensive seasons ever for a shortstop, leading the American League with 52 HR, 133 runs scored, and 393 total bases. He became the first player since 1932 with 50 homers and 200 hits in a season, just the third shortstop to ever lead his league in homers, and was just the second AL player in the last 34 seasons (beginning 1968) to lead the league in runs, homers, and total bases; his total base figure is the most ever for a major league shortstop. His 52 homers made him the sixth youngest to ever reach 50 homers and were the highest total ever by a shortstop, surpassing Ernie Banks' mark of 47 in 1958, and also the most ever for an infielder other than a 1st baseman, breaking Phillies 3B Mike Schmidt's record of 48 in 1980.[citation needed] It was his 5th 30-homer campaign, tying Banks for most ever by a shortstop. He also tied for the league lead in extra base hits (87) and ranked 3rd in RBI (135) and slugging (.622). He was also among the AL leaders in hits (4th, 201), average (7th, .318), and on-base percentage (8th, .399). He established Rangers club records for homers, runs, total bases, and hit by pitches, had the 2nd most extra base hits, and the 4th highest RBI total. He led the club in runs, hits, doubles (34), homers, RBI, slugging, and on-base percentage and was 2nd in walks (75), stolen bases (18), and game-winning RBI (14) while posting career highs for homers, RBI, and total bases. Rodriguez started 161 games at shortstop and one as the DH, the only major league player to start all of his team's games in 2001.
He followed that with a major league-best 57 HR, 142 RBI and 389 total bases in 2002, becoming the first player to lead the majors in all three categories since 1984. He had the 6th-most home runs in AL history, the most since Roger Maris' league record 61 in 1961, and the most ever for a shortstop for the 2nd straight year while also winning his first Gold Glove Award, awarded for outstanding defense.
His 109 home runs in 2001-02 are the most ever by an American League right-handed batter in consecutive seasons. However, the Rangers finished last in the AL Western division in both years, a showing that likely cost Rodriguez the MVP award in 2002 when he finished second to fellow shortstop Miguel Tejada, whose 103-win Oakland A's won the same division.

2003: American League Most Valuable Player:
In 2003, his last season with Texas, Rodriguez led the American League in home runs, runs scored, and slugging percentage, and won his second consecutive Gold Glove Award. He also led the league in fewest at bats per home run (12.9) and became the youngest player to hit 300 homers.
Following five top-10 finishes in the AL Most Valuable Player voting between 1996 and 2002, Rodriguez won his first MVP trophy. A-Rod, a two-time runner up in the balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America, joined outfielder Andre Dawson from the 1987 Chicago Cubs as the only players to play on last-place teams and win the award.
Following the 2003 season, Texas set out to move Rodriguez and his expensive contract. The Rangers agreed to a trade with the Boston Red Sox, but the MLBPA (Major League Baseball Players Association) vetoed the deal because it called for a voluntary reduction in salary by Rodriguez. Despite the failed deal with the Red Sox, the Rangers named him team captain during that off-season. This designation did not last long, however, as the New York Yankees had taken notice of the sudden trade availability of Rodriguez.

New York Yankees:
New York's third baseman, Aaron Boone, suffered a knee injury while playing a game of pickup basketball which sidelined him for the entire 2004 season, creating a hole at third base.
On February 15, 2004 Rodriguez was successfully traded to the New York Yankees for second baseman Alfonso Soriano and a player to be named later (Joaquin Arias was named as that player on March 24). The Rangers agreed to pay $67 million of the $179 million left on Rodriguez's contract.
Rodriguez agreed to switch positions from shortstop to third base, paving the way for the trade, because the popular Derek Jeter was already entrenched at that position. Rodriguez also had to switch uniform numbers, from 3 to 13; he had worn 3 his entire career, but that number is retired by the Yankees in honor of Babe Ruth.

2004: First Season with Yankees:
In his first season with the Yankees, Rodriguez hit .286 with 36 home runs, 106 runs batted in, 112 runs scored and 28 stolen bases. He became one of only three players in Major League history to compile at least 35 home runs, 100 runs and 100 RBI in seven consecutive seasons, joining Hall of Famers Babe Ruth and Jimmie Foxx. The 112 runs marked the ninth straight season in which he scored at least 100 runs, the longest such streak in the Major Leagues since Hank Aaron did it in 13 straight seasons from 1955-1967, and the longest in the American League since Mickey Mantle did it also in nine straight seasons from 1953-1961. During the 2004 season he also became the youngest player ever to reach the 350 HR mark and the third youngest to reach the 1,000 RBI plateau. He was elected to the 2004 American League All-Star Team, the eighth All-Star selection of his career and the first as a third baseman. On July 24, 2004, after being hit by a pitch, Rodriguez and Boston Red Sox catcher Jason Varitek scuffled, leading to a brawl between both teams. He finished 14th in balloting for the AL MVP Award.
In the 2004 ALDS, Rodriguez was a dominant hitter against the Minnesota Twins, batting .421 and slugging .737 while delivering two key extra-inning hits. Following the series win, Rodriguez's first season with the Yankees culminated in a dramatic playoff series against the team he had almost ended up playing for: the Yankees' bitter rival, the Boston Red Sox. In that series (ALCS) he equaled the single-game post-season record with five runs scored in Game 3 at Boston.
One of the most controversial plays of Rodriguez's career occurred late in Game 6 of the 2004 ALCS (American League Championship Series). With one out and Derek Jeter on first base in the bottom of the eighth inning, Rodriguez hit a slow roller between the pitcher's mound and the first base line. Red Sox pitcher Bronson Arroyo fielded the ball and ran towards Rodriguez to apply a tag. As Arroyo reached towards him, Rodriguez swatted at his glove, knocking the ball loose. As the ball rolled away, Jeter scored all the way from first as Rodriguez took second on the play, which was initially ruled an error on Arroyo. However, the umpires quickly huddled, then ruled that Rodriguez was out for interference. Jeter was sent back to first base, his run nullified. The Yankees wound up losing 4-2. Rodriguez's behavior, perceived as unprofessional, inspired much derision from Red Sox fans.

2005: American League Most Valuable Player:
In 2005, Rodriguez hit .321, leading the American League with 124 runs and 48 HR while driving in 130 runs. He became the first Yankee to win the American League home run title since Reggie Jackson (41) in 1980. He also became one of only two players in Major League history to compile at least 35 home runs, 100 runs and 100 RBIs in eight consecutive seasons (Jimmie Foxx accomplished the feat in nine straight seasons from 1932-1940). Rodriguez established the franchise record for most home runs in a single season by a right-handed batter (broke Joe DiMaggio's mark of 46 in 1937). His 47 HR from the third base position, are the most ever in American League history. Alex hit 26 home runs at Yankee Stadium in 2005, establishing the single-season club record for right-handed batters (previously held by DiMaggio in 1937 and Gary Sheffield in 2004). On August 6, at 29 years, 316 days old, he became the youngest player in MLB history to reach the 400 HR mark. 2005 also marked the tenth straight season that Rodriguez scored at least 100 runs.
An offensive highlight of his season came on April 26, when Rodriguez hit 3 HR off Angels' pitcher Bartolo Colon and drove in 10 runs. The 10 RBIs were the most by a Yankee since Tony Lazzeri established the franchise and American League record with 11 on 5/24/36. Rodriguez won his second AL MVP Award in three seasons.
He became the fifth player to win an MVP award (or its precursor 'League Award') with two different teams, joining Mickey Cochrane, Jimmie Foxx, Frank Robinson and Barry Bonds. Rodriguez was also named the shortstop on the Major League Baseball Latino Legends Team in 2005.

2006 Season:
Rodriguez was again an All-Star in 2006, and was 4th in the league in RBI (121), 5th in runs (113), 8th in home runs (35) and walks (90), and 9th in OBP (.392). Rodriguez's 2,000th hit, on July 21, 2006, was also his 450th home run. Six days shy of his 31st birthday, Rodriguez became the youngest player in baseball history to reach 450 home runs (surpassing Ken Griffey, Jr. by 267 days). He also became the 8th player to reach 2,000 hits before turning 31. Ty Cobb reached the mark while still 29, while Rogers Hornsby, Mel Ott, Hank Aaron, Joe Medwick, Jimmie Foxx, and Robin Yount all got their 2,000th hits at age 30. All 7 of the players are members of baseball's Hall of Fame. Rodriguez also became the 2nd player in Major League history to have at least 35 home runs, 100 runs, and 100 RBI in 9 consecutive seasons joining Jimmie Foxx. 2006 was Alex's 11th consecutive season with more than 100 runs scored, the longest such streak in American League history since Lou Gehrig did it in 13 straight seasons (1926-38). Despite this success he was harshly criticized throughout the 2006 season. He has said that 2006 was his most difficult season as a professional.

2007 Season:
With the 2007 season came a new attitude. Alex had lost weight, reducing his body fat from 16% the year before to 9%. Alex made light of this fact during a Late Night with David Letterman sketch filmed during Spring Training, which featured a shirtless A-Rod being rubbed down with sun tan lotion. He revealed to the press that he and Derek Jeter were no longer close friends. Alex also reduced his high leg kick at the plate, which has increased his bat speed and made him a much more dangerous hitter, less apt to striking out. Additionally, Alex made a slight change to his uniform, opting to wear high stockings instead of wearing his pants long.
Also, 2007 marks the last year of Alex's 10-year, $252 million contract before he can opt out, effectively making himself a free agent again. Though Alex has repeatedly stated that he would like to remain a Yankee for the rest of his career, many speculate that not only will Alex indeed opt out of his contract, but that when he does, he can expect to sign a new contract with a team for another extremely large sum.
In the Yankees fourth game of the season, Rodriguez hit two home runs against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium, including a walk-off grand slam, the third of his career, tying the major league mark shared by Vern Stephens and Cy Williams. Rodriguez also began the season by becoming the ninth major leaguer, and first Yankee, to hit six home runs in the first seven games of the season. Rodriguez also became the first Yankee to hit seven home runs in the first ten games of the season.
On April 19, 2007, the Yankees came from behind to defeat the Cleveland Indians 8-6with Rodriguez hitting a walk-off home run. On April 23, 2007, Rodriguez became the first player in major league history to hit 14 home runs in a span of 18 games, and also tied the MLB record for most home runs in April. His total of 34 RBIs in April was 1 short of Juan Gonzlez' AL and MLB record. On April 24, Rodriguez's 23-game hitting streak came to an end. In a game against the Toronto Blue Jays on May 30, 2007, Rodriguez sparked controversy when he allegedly verbally interfered with a routine play which ended up costing the Blue Jays four runs. The Yankees went on to win the game, 10-5.
On June 12th, Rodriguez hit a mammoth home run against the Arizona Diamondbacks that hit off the front of the upper deck in left field. The home run was A-Rod's 25th of the season, eclipsed in 63 games. That beats out his mark of the 2006 season, in which it took Rodriquez 113 games to reach 25.
Through July 13, Rodriguez ranks 1st in the Major Leagues in home runs (31), RBIs (87), slugging percentage (.671), and runs (82). Rodriguez is also on pace to hit 65 home runs, breaking the American League single season Home Run Record of 61 set by former Yankee Roger Maris in 1961.
On June 23rd, Rodriguez hit his seventh 9th inning home run of the season to tie a game against the San Francisco Giants, but the Yanks still lost that game 6-5 in extra innings
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