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Alex Rodriguez 10 Personal Facts, Biography, Wiki
Born: July 27, 1975 (age 45 years), Washington Heights, New York, United States
Height: 1.9 m
Spouse: Cynthia Scurtis (m. 2002–2008)
Children: Natasha Alexander Rodriguez, Ella Alexander Rodriguez
Parents: Lourdes Rodriguez, Victor Rodriguez
Celebrated NameAlex Rodriguez
Nick NameAlex, A-Rod, A-Fraud, The Cooler
Birth NameAlexander Emmanuel Rodriguez
Place Of BirthNew York City, New York
Birth NationUnited States
BrothersJoe and Victor (half-brothers)
Home TownMiami, Florida
SchoolChristopher Columbus High School and Westminster Christian School
Debut ClubSeattle Mariners
WifeJennifer Lopez (Engaged) Cynthia Scurtis (Divorced)
Height1.87 m (6 ft 1 and a half in)
Weight229 lbs (104 kg)
Hair ColorDark Brown
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Alex Rodriguez 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki
His favorite team was the New York Mets while growing up.
His favorite players were Keith Hernandez, Dale Murphy, Cal Ripken Jr.
He later said in an article that he regretted signing with the Texas Rangers.
He had received nicknames “The Cooler”, “A-Fraud”, and “A-Rod”.
He buys and collects art.
He gave $3.9 million to the University of Miami to renovate its baseball stadium and the new facility was renamed “Alex Rodriguez Park
at Mark Light Field”.
He received the University of Miami’s Edward T. Foote II Alumnus of Distinction Award in 2007 as an honorary alumnus.
He wore shirt number 3 at the Seattle Mariners and 13 at the New York Yankees.
Alex Rodriguez was married to Cynthia Scrutis, a psychology graduate, from 2002 to 2008.
They had two daughters together – Natasha and Ella.
Cynthia took divorce from him on the grounds of marital misconduct, extra-marital affairs, and emotional abandonment.
He started dating Jennifer Lopez in 2017 and in March 2019, they announced their engagement.
His former wife Cynthia accused him of having an affair with the pop queen Madonna, whom he called his ‘soul mate’ in an interview.
He owns a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Texas.
His nephew, Joe Dunand, is a professional baseball player.
He is an investor for eSports team ‘NRG Esports’.
Played high-school baseball and football with future Yankees teammate Doug Mientkiewicz
Signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Miami, but opted to play professional baseball instead
In 2003, he donated $3 9 million to the school to fund baseball stadium renovations as well as scholarships for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Miami
In December 2000, he inked one of the most lucrative deals in sports history, joining the Texas Rangers for $252 million over 10 years
In 2001, he became the first player since 1932 to have 50 home runs and 200 hits in a season
Authored a children’s picture book, Out of the Ballpark, published in both English and Spanish in 2007
Serves as one of three national spokespersons for the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, along with Colin Powell and Denzel Washington
Owns a Mercedes-Benz dealership outside of Houston