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Extended family day: Alex Rodriguez stepped out with his daughters, Ella and Natasha (not visible) for a family lunch in New York with both his former wife, Cynthia Scurtis (left), and longtime girlfriend, Torrie Wilson, on Sunday afternoon With both his ex-wife - who filed for divorce just a few months after the 2008 birth of Ella - and his girlfriend of over two years share a resemblance to one another, especially their sporty physiques.
It looks like New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is off the eligible bachelor’s list.
Wojcicki, 42, has two children with her ex-husband, Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
In addition to founding 23and Me in 2006, Wojcicki oversees several other enterprises, including a farm-to-table café in California called Bumble.
Growing up, Rodriguez's favorite baseball players were Keith Hernandez, Dale Murphy, and Cal Ripken Jr., and his favorite team was the New York Mets.
At the end of Alex's freshman year at Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, he transferred to Westminster Christian School, where he was a star shortstop on the baseball team and played quarterback on the football team. Westminster went on to win the high school national championship in his junior year.
In January 2017, CNBC announced Rodriguez would be the host of the show Back In The Game, where he would help former athletes make a comeback in their personal lives; the first episode debuted on the network in March 2018.
When he was four years old, the family moved to the Dominican Republic, then to Miami, Florida.
In August 2013, MLB suspended him 211 games for his involvement in the scandal, but he was allowed to play while appealing the punishment.
He’s dated movie stars, models, exotic dancers, Silicon Valley billionaire and now Jennifer Lopez.
Also reportedly on his list is Madonna, which led to some heckling in Boston’s Fenway Park.
During a 2007 interview with Katie Couric on 60 Minutes, Rodriguez denied using performance-enhancing drugs.
In February 2009, Rodriguez admitted to using steroids, saying he used them from 2001 to 2003 when playing for Rangers due to "an enormous amount of pressure" to perform.
During Rodriguez's career with the Yankees, he was named AL MVP in 20.