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Alex Rodriguez's Greatest Awkward GIF Moments

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Ahhhh Alex Rodriguez, such an easy target these days. Love him or hate him, you gotta admit the hometown slugger just makes poking fun at him so effortless.

With A-Rod still dominating every tabloid in the nation thanks to a certain newspaper (ahem ahem) blowing the lid on a certain steroid scandal, it seems like the right time to revisit A-Rod's most awkward moments in GIF form.

That moment you find out the Miami New Times just busted your ass.

I like to imagine this is A-Rod's reaction after eating Taco Bell breakfast.

"Hehehehehehe..heh...heh....guys...hey......oh yeah that steroids thing."

"Yeah, put some meat on those bones, bitch." - Cameron Diaz

"John Travolta? Oh, Robinson. Heh, just kidding I've never met John Travolta. Seriously."

"Hi Braun"

Two hands like a pro.

Pictured: A-Rod taking Jeter's nickname of "Captain Clutch" a tad too far.

I imagine this gif is like porn to Brian Cashman and Bud Selig.

The time A-Rod killed a guy.

Moments in uncomfortable A-Rod celebration dot com backslash pause.

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