A-Rod’s public apology tour will soon begin, will it take place at the “House Derek Jeter Built”?
The New York Yankees have reportedly offered to let Alex Rodriguez use Yankee Stadium itself as the site for his public apology to the Yankees and the team’s fans.
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According to New York Daily News contributors Teri Thompson, Bill Madden and Nathaniel Vinton, the Yankees have offered to let Alex Rodriguez use Yankee Stadium to conduct a news conference for any public apologies he might wish to offer the team and the Yankees fans in the wake of his impending return to baseball and the Yankees organization.
The Daily News report stated that A-Rod has not yet responded to the offer and that no formal public apology has been scheduled or planned at this time.
It was reported that A-Rod met with the formerly-suspended Yankees star on February 10th where he apologized to members of the Yankees front office, including team owner Hal Steinbrenner, team President Randy Levine and GM Brian Cashman, among others.
In a joint statement after the meeting, the Yankees confirmed that the next step would be to bring the 14-time All-Star to training camp in the Spring.
Rodriguez was suspended for the tail-end of the 2013 MLB season as well as the entire 2014 MLB season for steroid use. In response, Rodriguez sued members of the MLB, the Yankees and even made threats against certain people that had spoken out against him.