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When we read through his records and tenure we see that in 2004, the New York Yankees suffered a major setback when one of their finest players, Aaron Boone, in the squad and third baseman had an accident while playing the game of basketball with his friends and injured his knee. This created a vacancy for the position of third baseman in the team. Well a good show that it was and now you could re live that moment by getting yourself an Alex Rodriguez New York Yankees Framed 50 HR Milestone Collage.
The Rangers traded Rodriguez with the Yankees on February 15 in exchange for second baseman Alfonso Soriano of the Yankees, and agreeing to pay off the remaining amount left to pay to Rodriguez on the deal. We also now have on display a rare Alex Rodriguez "New Mr. October" Newsday Cover Framed 16x20 Print.
A close friend of the player says that the trade was only possible after Alex Rodriguez gave them a green signal by accepting to play from the shortstop position to third base position. He also had to change his jersey number from ‘3’ to ‘13’ since jersey number ‘13’ had been retired by the Yankees to pay homage to the legendary player of the team Babe Ruth. Rodriguez, however, had always played in jersey number ‘3’ in his career till now. So friends wouldn’t you love it to have an Alex Rodriguez New York Yankees MLB Framed 8x10 Photograph 2009 World for yourself to keep and display.