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A-Rod's Dicey Future Perplexes Yankees

US Presswire

Alex Rodriguez was so hopelessly lost during the playoffs that he not only had trouble putting the bat on the ball, he couldn't even correctly identify which of his hips was injured.

Sounds like a bad joke … right?

Not according to the Yankees.

And the saga of A-Rod, who routinely falls out of bed and into perplexing situations, continues.

He will undergo surgery in January to repair a torn labrum in his left hip and is expected to miss at least the first three months of the 2013 season.

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