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Alex Rodríguez broke silence because he did not seek the 700 home runs with another team

Alex Rodríguez broke silence because he did not seek the 700 home runs with another team

Former player Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees broke the silence about why he did not go for 700 home runs with another team in the MLB.

Alex Rodríguez entered the 2017 season with the goal of hitting 700 home runs and becoming the first Latino to do so, however, the New York Yankees and he made a decision.

Multiple fans of his career expected to see him with another jersey in search of 700 home runs in the MLB, however, he chose to retire from the Major Leagues.

Rodríguez years later spoke publicly and explained why he did not decide to sign with another team even though he had offers.

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“When I hit my last home run I was sure it would hit 700, but I didn’t know that would be the last time I would run the bases after hitting a good swing” “Ending my career as a Yankee with 696 home runs was more valuable to I have to hit the 700 home runs on any other uniform, ”said Alex Rodríguez. (Fielding)

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