Alexander Emmanuel Rodriguez is a former American Baseball player born in the city of New York, on July 27, 1975, being the younger of three children. His father, a native of the Dominican Republic, was a former professional player, which is the reason why Rodriguez was close to baseball when he was a kid. In 1993, he was invited to join the Seattle Sailors becoming a professional player. It was with the Seattle team where he reached .358 average home-runs, becoming the highest for a right-handed player, just after Joe Dimaggio. In 2000, Rodriguez signed with the Texas Rangers a $200M contract, making them worth it by breaking the highest number of home-runs, with 52 of them. Rodriguez did the same with The Yankees, hitting 36 home runs, 26 of them in only one season, becoming also the youngest player to make 400 home-runs. Two years later, he would reach 500, adding one hundred more until 2010, becoming one of the best players in history. In 2015, he finished his career with 23 Grand Slams, 696 home-runs, 3.115 hits, 2,021 careers, 3 MVP prizes, two Golden Globes, and 14 calls for the Game of the Stars.
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