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What’s driving the A-Rod media circus? The media, of course.

Alex Rodriguez

New York Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez works out at the Yankees minor league facility before reporting for spring training baseball, Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, in Tampa, Fla. The official full squad workouts begin Feb. 26. (AP Photo/Chris O’Meara)


This tweet from Bob Nightengale pretty much sums up the state of the world in Tampa at the moment:

It takes about 10 questions before Girardi is asked about someone other than Arod. It was Jeter.

— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) February 26, 2015

Meanwhile, Alex Rodriguez has taken batting practice, done some drills and signed some autographs and there have been no incidents or controversies involving him or his teammates whatsoever. But I guess that stuff is kind of boring.

I love the A-Rod insanity, obviously. More, please! But man, if it was my job to exclusively cover the New York Yankees, I feel like maybe I’d have been able to find some other angle by now.