Former New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez has an interesting reputation ’round these parts these days. Somehow, he went from the most villainized player in baseball to the face of the MLB postseason on FOX and ESPN, now handling the KayRod Cast on Sunday nights as a cuddlier version of himself.
He, seemingly, wants to keep that reputation intact by any means necessary — even some hilariously shady Instagram tomfoolery.
But, as A-Rod typically does when he tries to cheat the system, he got caught. Swiftly.
Fresh off watching the basketball team he part-owns fall victim to an historic collapse, blowing three 10-point, fourth-quarter leads in a single series, Rodriguez headed to Mar-a-Lago to spend time with Former President Trump and his cohorts at some mysterious wedding.
Rodriguez, though, has a robotic brand to maintain, so … he wanted to attend the festivities, but he didn’t want you to know about it. To skirt the authorities, he tagged a solo selfie at the “Palm Beach Bath and Tennis Club” … a place where he was
in attendance, considering a Trump fan spotted him posed with the ex-prez, and he also ended up in the background of some cowboy MAGA hat-wearin’ folks at Mar-a-Lago.
Ex-Yankees Alex Rodriguez tried to hide he was at a wedding with President Donald Trump and got burned.
See, we know he was at Mar-a-Lago because of the other attendees’ tags, and also because that’s the only place on earth President Trump goes. When they turn the lights out, he curls up and sleeps under a bannister.
For those wondering, the Palm Beach Bath and Tennis Club sounds like a lovely place, and I’d love to tell you more about it, but I can’t even access their website without a username and password.
Something tells me A-Rod wouldn’t be any help here, either.
Also in attendance at this wedding was New York Rangers legend and NYC royalty Wayne Gretzky, who’s made a habit of popping up at similar events in the recent past, including a duet with Kid Rock none of us will ever listen to. Mute this video.
Sadly, for Rodriguez, the cat is out of the bag, now. BAISHEBALL!
Might as well have tagged “Yankee Stadium” or “The Michael Kay Lounge”. Would’ve been just as believable.