In this July 3, 2015, file photo, New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez answers questions during a news conference in which he was presented with the ball from his 3,000th career hit, in New York. Back from exile and a force in the Yankees' lineup at age 40, Alex Rodriguez is 75 home runs from tying Barry Bonds' career record. He has two seasons remaining in his contract with New York.
In this July 3, 2015, file photo, New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez answers questions during a news conference in which he was presented with the ball from his 3,000th career hit, in New York. Back from exile and a force in the Yankees' lineup at age 40, Alex Rodriguez is 75 home runs from tying Barry Bonds' career record. He has two seasons remaining in his contract with New York. Julie Jacobson AP
In this July 3, 2015, file photo, New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez answers questions during a news conference in which he was presented with the ball from his 3,000th career hit, in New York. Back from exile and a force in the Yankees' lineup at age 40, Alex Rodriguez is 75 home runs from tying Barry Bonds' career record. He has two seasons remaining in his contract with New York. Julie Jacobson AP