Alex Rodriguez to join ‘Good Morning America’ as contributor
Good morning, A-Rod.
Former Yankee star Alex Rodriguez will be fasten ABC’s “Good Morning America” as a guest contributor, sources told a Daily News on Saturday.
The former third baseman appeared on ABC’s “The View” a few weeks ago, guesting for a whole one-hour taping.
He apparently did so good that ABC coronet suspicion he competence be a good addition, sources say. The 41-year-old could presumably seem on other ABC news programs as well, they added.
A-Rod has night of ups and downs in tone explanation entrance
Rodriguez has been expanding his on-air time given stepping divided from ball final year.
He now works as a FOX studio ball analyst, while a Yankees are still profitable him $21 million on what was left on his contract.
The Washington Heights-born slugger done his entrance as an FS1 tone commentator alongside play-by-play male Kevin Burkhardt final week during a Yankees-Royals diversion during Kauffman Stadium.
The promote went smooth, though a pre-game twitter lifted some eyebrows.
Bethenny Frankel finally admits she antiquated Alex Rodriguez
Fox tweeted a design of a careful A-Rod with a cover in front of him, though some internet sleuths zoomed in to exhibit an ungainly “Child” list in front of A-Rod that enclosed equipment such as “Birth control,” “Baby,” and “Pull out stuff.”
The twitter was deleted.
Rodriguez common an ungainly TV impulse with former teammate Derek Jeter progressing this month when a span seemed during a gift event.
The dual ducked questions from CNBC’s Bob Pisani about their private lives and other topics.
A-Rod, who is still being paid around $130,000 a night to be a special confidant this deteriorate for a Yankee, has been creation use of his time divided from a solid — dating Jennifer Lopez.
Rodriguez, 41, and a “Ain’t Your Mama” thespian have been together for roughly 5 months, though didn’t go open until early March.
Rodriguez was dangling for a whole 2014 deteriorate since of his purported impasse with a Biogenesis performance-enhancing drugs scandal.
During a march of his career, he warranted over $441 million, according to baseball-reference.com.
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