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On his own

Area baseball fans have little sympathy for A-Rod

Player’s shirts marked down to $5, still don’t sell

New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, right, talks during a news conference before the Yankees play the Chicago White Sox in a baseball game at US Cellular Field in Chicago on Monday.
New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, right, talks during a news conference before the Yankees play the Chicago White Sox in a baseball game at US Cellular Field in Chicago on Monday.
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At The Stadium, Alex Rodriguez shirts that typically cost $32 have been marked down to $5. And they’re still not moving. “I don’t want them in stock,” said Chaz Betz, who has owned the sports apparel, novelty and collectibles store located at Crossgates Mall for about 14 years. “It’s aggravating that they’re sitting there not selling.” Rodriguez has been suspended for 211 games after a Major League Baseball investigation found that he used and possessed ...


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