Alex Rodriguez Plans Personal Parade to Honor His World Series Win

Posted: 2nd November 2009 by John Halligan in MLB
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PHILADELPHIAùSeveral sources close to Alex Rodriguez report that the All-Star third baseman is planning his own parade to celebrate the New York Yankees' presupposed World Series victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.á "It's already in the works," said Rodriguez's agent Scott Boras. "We just need to figure out an appropriate compensation scale for Alex." Boras further explained that Rodriguez plans to charge a cover to attend his parade, "a nominal fee of 25 to 35 dollars," with half-price glossy headshots for the first 50 guests. Yankee general manager Brian Cashman initially appeared annoyed by the news of the event. But Cashman quickly softened when asked what owner George Steinbrenner thought: "Wait, Steinbrenner knows?" Traditionally, an entire team holds a parade to celebrate a W ...

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