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  1. Alex Rodriguez

    Alex Rodriguez Announces Retirement Plans

    But he’s also hedging his bets. The 40-year-old Yankee announced plans to retire after the 2017 season, but then appeared to leave open the possibility of playing longer in a subsequent interview. While expressing a desire to “go home and be Dad,” the New York-born slugger could find himself painfully close to breaking Barry Bonds’ all-time home run record when his current contract expires. “We’ll see what happens,” A-Rod said, indicating that he might just take a few more swings at the history books.

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