• A-Rod: Connecticut Story Is Wrong

    Posted by on July 25th, 2007 · Comments (1)

    So much for this story.

    From the Post -

    One thing A-Rod is not doing is buying a $25 million mansion in Connecticut.

    “I’m not buying a house in Connecticut, that’s completely wrong,” he said.

    There is no need to buy in Connecticut when the baseball world will call after the season when Rodriguez figures to opt out of his contract. All his talents will be on sale again to the highest bidder and you can be sure the Red Sox and Angels will make a huge run at A-Rod.

    Makes sense. Rich people moving to Connecticut is so “1980′s.”

    Comments on A-Rod: Connecticut Story Is Wrong

    1. Garcia
      July 25th, 2007 | 12:13 pm

      Why am I angry that I will never know who will be the first Rodriguez to drop a deuce in all 17 bathrooms?

      Anyone can be the MVP of baseball, win the homerun race or carry his team to the playoffs. But it takes a special talent to drop a deuce in all 17 bathrooms that your mansion has.

      I will just never know…so sad…so sad. I guess I’ll go back to hoping ARod achieves more “boring”
      accomplishments like breaking the AL homerun record.

      Go Yanks!!!

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