Report: A-Rod offered summer coaching job in Connecticut

Posted by Staff  January 23, 2014 01:59 PM

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If Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is indeed to be suspended for the entirety of the 2014 baseball season, he may have an opportunity to keep busy during his time off.

The Torrington (Conn.) Titans, part of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League, reportedly have prepared an offer to Rodriguez to be an assistant coach for the summer, according to The Register Citizen.

The Register Citizenís Pete Paguaga reports that Titans general manager Joey Abis is ready to offer Rodriguez $5,000 for the season.

Another perk of the gig? The Donut Station, a local shop, is sweetening the deal with an offer of free coffee and doughnuts for Rodriguez for the entire summer.

Read the full Register Citizen story here.

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