From Comcast SportsNetARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Ivan Rodriguez is going back to Texas to retire.The 14-time All-Star catcher who won a record 13 Gold Gloves will formally announce his retirement as an active player Monday at Rangers Ballpark, the home of his original team. He will also be honored by the Texas Rangers before their game that night against the New York Yankees, one of the five teams he played for after Texas.Rodriguez, now 40, and the Rangers announced the plans Thursday, a day after the news was first reported by The Associated Press.A fan favorite known as Pudge, Rodriguez was only 19 when he made his major league debut with Texas on June 20, 1991. He played the first 12 of his 21 major league seasons with Texas, and returned to the Rangers briefly in 2009.Rodriguez caught a major league-record 2,427 games, and hit .296 with 311 home runs and 1,332 RBIs in 2,543 games overall with Texas (1991-2002, 2009), Florida (2003), Detroit (2004-08), the Yankees (2008), Houston (2009), and Washington (2010-11).When the Rangers won their third AL West title in a four-year span in 1999, Rodriguez hit .332 with 35 home runs and 113 RBIs and was the American League MVP.The two-time defending American League champion Rangers never played in the World Series when Rodriguez was there. He left Texas as a free agent after the 2002 season before signing with Florida.Rodriguez did get to play in two World Series, in 2003 with the champion Marlins and in 2006 with the Tigers.
After a week off the air, “Very Cavallari” was back with a new episode, which meant more Jay Cutler in retirement.
This week we were treated to Cutler being as sarcastic as ever and sulking about having nothing to do. Cutler’s first scene involved him and his wife, Kristin Cavallari, talking about their relationship and spending time with each other. Cavallari is going to do another pop-up shop for her fashion store, which means more travel. Jay, your thoughts?
“Oh, great,” Cutler said with his trademark sarcasm.
Later in the conversation we get a bleak look into Jay Cutler post-football.
“I just hang out and clean up,” Cutler said.
Sounds like he may want to hit up the announcing gig he had lined up before coming out of retirement and heading to the Dolphins for the 2017 season.
Next, we got Cutler shopping for birthday presents for their 3-year-old daughter. If nothing else, this was amusing to see Cutler shopping for gifts for little girls.
Watch the video above to see all of the best of Cutty, which also features him designing jewelry for some reason.
Kelly Crull and Tony Andracki break down the Cubs’ series win over the Diamondbacks at Wrigley Field, which capped off with yet another David Bote walk-off and a surprising performance from Tyler Chatwood. They also break down where this Cubs team is at as they get set to welcome the high-powered Dodgers offense into Chicago later in the week.
:30 – The Kelly Effect
1:00 – David Bote’s wild ride
2:00 – El Mago’s magic pays off for Cubs yet again
3:30 – Bote’s adjustments
6:40 – Chatwood’s big day
8:50 – What’s next for Chatwood?
10:10 – Lester’s return is right around the corner
11:30 – Cubs pitching firing on all cylinders
12:00 – Did Kap jinx Strop?
13:30 – Dodgers pose a big challenge for Cubs pitching staff
Listen to the full episode in the embedded player below: