Since June 4, 2010, through the end of this regular season, Alex Rodriguez has played in 306 games and has the following BA/OBA/SLG line: .268/.347/.461 (in 1,158 AB).
And, over the last three seasons, that’s basically what A-Rod has been (no pun intended). He’s a .270-hitter with 25-HR power (assuming he plays a full-season).
Think: Casey Blake or Doug DeCinces.
I suppose that’s not terrible. But, it’s not in line with the expectation that many have for a player with Rodriguez’ resume and salary.
But, whatever it is, unless the Yankees can do something creative, Yankeeland might as well get used to it. A-Rod’s under contract with the Yankees for the next five years.