With Alex Rodriguez due to report to Tampa on Monday, the Yankees sent out a release saying that neither fans nor the media will be allowed to witness the rehab work at the minor league complex. They didn't specifically mention A-Rod, but the timing of the reminder seems a little more than coincidental. 

Who would want to watch him other than the media types and 18 year old buxom blonde bimbos? A-Rod's value has decreased exponentially over the last few seasons as he's gotten more injury prone and has been become worse at the plate and the field. He won't be back until July at the latest, and even then I wouldn't be inclined to pick him up. You can probably get some sap to trade for him though just on name value alone, so feel free.
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Sounds like the Yankees are trying to shelter the recovering has-been. Maybe they don't trust him to resist temptation, maybe they don't trust him to avoid providing An embarrassing quote... Or maybe they just don't trust him to stay focused on working on his recovery. Whatever the case, this is just another worrying detail for fantasy owners, and I for one will not be investing any value into getting ARod on my teams.
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6 May , 10:01 AM Source
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