The New York Yankees are without Alex Rodriguez this season as he serves out his insane suspension for steroid use, but the ban isn’t permanent and A-Rod will indeed be back in the lineup next season at some point.
According to George A. King of the New York Post, the Yankees will more thank likely have A-Rod back in 2015 and the former MVP is working on getting back into prime shape for his return.
Alex Rodriguez’s re-entry into the Yankees’ universe next season has started with bicoastal workouts.
The suspended slugger has been spotted working out at the University of Miami, where the baseball stadium is named after him, and at UCLA in Los Angeles.
It’s clear that the Yankees will welcome A-Rod back, as they miss him this season and his potential to be productive, but there might still remain some back blood over how the Bombers didn’t want to pay A-Rod and the slugger’s conspiracy about the team being in on his uber-ban.
Still, A-Rod will be back in 2015 and it’s looking like he’s going to try and come back better than ever.
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