as declared in This season, he will add game analyst and feature reporter duties to his growing TV resume.
“I’m excited to continue working with the Fox Sports family,” A-Rod said in a statement.
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In addition to A-Rod, the network hired ex-Yankee Nick Swisher last month and former SNY reporter Kevin Burkhardt is an anchor on FS1’s MLB studio show.
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referring to Alex Rodriguez has joined Fox Sports full-time as an MLB analyst on a multi-year deal, the network announced on Tuesday.
Rodriguez will continue as a studio analyst and will also serve as an in-game analyst for some MLB Saturday broadcasts.
Rodriguez joined the Fox Sports broadcasting team during last year’s postseason following his retirement from the Yankees after a 22-year career.
“I’m excited to continue working with the FOX Sports family,” said Rodriguez.
He will also do feature reporting for Fox Sports’ pregame MLB coverage.
referring to Christopher Pasatieri/Getty ImagesAlex Rodriguez signed a multiyear deal to be a MLB analyst on Fox Sports, the network announced Tuesday.
Fox said Rodriguez will be used as a studio analyst and as an in-game analyst during Saturday broadcasts.
The Yankees are paying Rodriguez $21 million in 2017 in the final season of a 10-year, $275 million contract.
Rodriguez, who announced his retirement as a player on Feb. 21, served as a guest analyst for Fox during each of the past two postseasons.
“I’m excited to continue working with the Fox Sports family,” Rodriguez said in a statement.
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