We all know that Alex Rodriguez, 45, is having a difficult time after breaking up with former fiance Jennifer Lopez, 51. While he thought he could get her back, J.Lo was seen in Montana and Miami with another ex fiance, the one and only Ben Affleck.
A-Rod recently flew to Miami, where Bennifer is rekindling things, but was supposedly only there on business. There Jennifer Lopez also had dinner with another ex, we are talking about the father of her twins Max and Emme, Marc Anthony, 52.
Now that he is back to LA where he lives with her daughters Natasha and Ella, he tried to get attention, maybe J.Lo’s attention? by posting a series of self-help and motivational phrases and prayers, which you can see below.
One said “I don’t totally know where I’m going, but that’s never stopped me before,” Dr. David S. Meanwhile, the other one said “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”
When Alex Rodriguez was asked what he thought about the Bennifer reunion, he just said ‘Go Yankees', shading Ben Affleck's favorite baseball team, the Boston Red Sox, who recently told Jennifer Lopez they’ve missed her. Poor Alex!
Alex Rodriguez’s baseball career
In 1994, Alex Rodriguez made his professional baseball debut as a minor league player with the Appleton Foxes of the Class A Midwest League. He was promoted to the Jacksonville Suns of the Class AA Southern League. He played in 17 games for Jacksonville, and was promoted to the major leagues.
On July 8, 1994, Alex Rodriguez was 18 years old when he debuted in the major leagues as a starting shortstop. The Mariners selected him first overall in the 1993 MLB draft, and he debuted in the major leagues the following year at the age of 18.
His combination of power, speed, and defense made him a cornerstone of the franchise, but he left the team via free agency after the 2000 season to join the Rangers. The 10-year, $252 million contract he signed was the richest in baseball history at the time.
He played at a high level in his three years with Texas, highlighted by his first AL MVP Award win in 2003, but the team failed to make the playoffs during his tenure. Prior to the 2004 season, Rodriguez was traded to the Yankees, for whom he converted to a third baseman, because Derek Jeter was already the Yankees' full-time shortstop.
After opting out of his contract following the 2007 season, Rodriguez signed a new 10-year, $275 million deal with the Yankees, extending his record for the sport's most lucrative contract.
He became the youngest player ever to hit 500 home runs, reaching the milestone in 2007. He was part of the Yankees' 2009 World Series championship over the Philadelphia Phillies, which was the first year of the new Yankee Stadium and Rodriguez's only world title.
Toward the end of his career, Alex Rodriguez was hampered by hip and knee injuries, which caused him to become exclusively a designated hitter. He played his final game in professional baseball on August 12, 2016.