Dan Lozano To Represent Alex Rodriguez

Agent Dan Lozano signed Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez for all baseball-related work, reports Liz Mullen of Sports Business Journal (subscription required).  On the surface it doesn't seem that A-Rod has much need for an agent, since he is signed through 2017.  Rodriguez left the Boras corporation last summer.  Steve Loy of Gaylord Sports Management handles Rodriguez's marketing.

Lozano left Beverly Hills Sports Council about a year ago.  His robust client list includes impending free agents Albert Pujols and Jimmy Rollins, as MLBTR's agency database shows.

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9 Comments on "Dan Lozano To Represent Alex Rodriguez"

4 years 3 months ago

Now is a very good time to be Albert Pujols’ agent.

4 years 3 months ago

he’s gonna double opt out!

4 years 3 months ago

Little known fact, Rodriguez can opt out during any deciding game of the World Series if Michael Kay does not refer to him as “Giant Among Men and Yankee Legend, Alex Rodriguez” every time he makes mention of him over the course of the season, spring training at bats excluded, because the man’s not entirely unreasonable after all.

4 years 3 months ago

Does he have another opt out clause?

4 years 3 months ago

Hmmm, for the next seven years, my dog can perform the duties of Arod’s agent…

4 years 3 months ago

Would Lozano of tried to make a push to get A-Rod to see the specifics of his contract since Pujols is looking for something in the neighborhood? Or would Lozano been able to receive a copy of that anyway?

4 years 3 months ago

Oh thank god A-Rod finally has an agent. I can sleep good at night again lol.

4 years 3 months ago

I remember seeing Bobby Bonds on a rehab assignment for Columbus. You could tell he thought he was all that and more by the way he acted at the plate. Thing was he swung the bat like it mattered all the time, not just when he felt like it. so much for my thoughts on A-Rod.

4 years 3 months ago

A-Rod taking the abuse big-time here! Oh, well, what can you say about that? The guy could buy a coffee and doughnut in the morning, and by the evening news, somehow someone would be making a big deal about his choice.