A-Rod all the way back
RS587043_20180506_PE3_5792-mar-1-660x400

ESPN and Alex Rodriguez  are teaming up to present a special series called Pivot with Alex Rodriguez in 2018. The four-part series will air on ESPN and ESPN Deportes during the MLB regular season. Rodriguez will serve as the executive producer and host for Pivot.

From ESPN

In each episode of Pivot, Rodriguez will conduct an in-depth, one-on-one interview with a current or former star athlete who is navigating through obstacles in their life and career. Rodriguez will use his personal experiences to lead an unfiltered, dynamic discussion about the changing phenomenon of life in the public eye and to help these athletes share their side of the story regarding their challenges. He will conduct these interviews in an environment relevant to each athlete’s personal story.

Alex Rodriguez, executive producer and host:

“ESPN’s track record of compelling, original features makes it the natural partner for Pivot. Change can be good, and even necessary, for athletes facing their most difficult moments. However, I know firsthand how challenging it can be to turn the lens inward while living life in the public arena. I’m looking forward to uncovering personal stories the world deserves to hear, while sharing the lessons I’ve learned—sometimes through the hard way.”

Freddy Rolon, vice president & general manager, ESPN Deportes programming:

“Alex knows as well as anybody what it’s like to have his life and career play out in a very public fashion. He is an exceptional communicator who will be able to conduct candid and informative interviews with athletes about their own public trials and tribulations. Alex has been a terrific addition to Sunday Night Baseball this season, and with Pivot, we look forward to expanding our creative relationship.”

Rodriguez, the World Series Champion and three-time Most Valuable Player, is currently an ESPN Sunday Night Baseball analyst. He amassed 696 home runs and 3,115 hits in his 22-year career, playing for the New York Yankees, Texas Rangers and Seattle Mariners.

I honestly think A-Rod has J-Lo to thank for his complete 180 in public perception. Her star power and acceptance has paved the way for another super successful career for A-Rod. Cheaters sometimes do win. 

Up Next

Trending

adrian-peterson-0061-e1488310244717

Adrian Peterson's Side Chick Continues to Expose Him

As we first told you, Adrian Peterson's side chick Heart Malone, exposed their relationship on Instagram by posting screenshots of the free agent NFL running back's DM exchanges with her.  She was back at it on Monday providing more receipts of their love affair and the one she ...read more

almaiu

Tristan Thompson Linked to Another IG Model?

Khloe Kardashian has hinted she's back with Tristan Thompson.The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star was dealt a huge blow when her partner was seen kissing another woman just weeks before she gave birth to their first child, a little girl called True, but she has now ...read more

Screenshot_20180423-104808

Aaron Judge and Britt Hodges Instagram Official?

After broke the news that Aaron Judge spent the weekend entertaining Britt Hodges.  Monday morning she posted a picture of the two on Instagram. Does this make them Instagram official now?  We'll have to wait and see.  It does prove they spent the weekend together as our sources ...read more

thot asd

James Harden Benches Ashanti for Instagram Girlfriend

After cutting ties from Khloe Kardashian in 2016, the 28-year-old MVP front-runner, who endured a mediocre season the same year as the ill-fated romance, has found another lady love to cheer him on, R&B singer Ashanti.We were the first to post about James and Ashanti still ...read more

maxresdefault

Heidi Hoback Sends LeBron a Message Before Game 1

Heidi Hoback, the Instagram hottie that LeBron James DM'd last year, had a couple of messages for The King ahead of Game 1 of the Cavs-Raptors series.  Her first message came in the form of a video she posted of herself in a bikini listening to a Drake song.  It's has to be a ...read more