Accomplished Athlete, Businessman, Media Personality and Philanthropist
Through the course of his 22-year career, Rodriguez hit 696 home runs and more grand slams than any person in history. He is a 3-time MVP, a 4-time all-star, and a 2009 World Series Champion with the New York Yankees. Rodriguez also built a tremendously successful investment firm with the purchase of a single duplex in 2003, establishing A-Rod Corp, which now employs over 500 people. Following the company’s success in real estate, A-Rod Corp broadened its investment mandate to encompass assets across a wider array of industries, including sports and wellness, media, and entertainment. In addition. he maintains an active media presence and is currently signed with Fox, ESPN, ABC, and CNBC. Rodriguez is actively engaged in a variety of philanthropic initiatives, currently serving on the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Club (BGC), and is a member of the Board of Trustees for the University of Miami.