Who Is Alex Rodriguez’s Ex-Wife? Plus More Facts About the Baseball Star!
If you have burning questions about Alex Rodriguez, we’ve got the answers!
Lately, many fans have been are wondering about Alex’s ex-wife or who the athlete has dated in the past.
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Scroll down for a list of fascinating facts about Alex!
Who is Alex’s ex-wife?
Alex married Cynthia Scurtis — a former high school psychology teacher — on Nov. 2, 2002. The couple previously met at a Miami gym and tied the knot after six years of dating.
Unfortunately, A-Rod and Cynthia separated in July 2008 and finalized their divorce after nearly six years of marriage in September 2008. Their multi-million dollar divorce was one of the most expensive celebrity splits in Hollywood history.
Alex and his ex-wife, Cynthia, in January 2008.
Does A-Rod have kids?
Yes! Alex has two children with his ex-wife, Cynthia. The MLB star welcomed his first child, daughter Natasha Alexander, 12, in November 2004, and second child, daughter Ella Alexander, 8, in April 2008.
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Who has he dated in the past?
Following his 2008 split from wife Cynthia, Alex was rumored to be in a relationship with Madonna, though the singer later claimed they were “just friends.”
He has also famously dated actresses Kate Hudson and Cameron Diaz, former pro wrestler Torrie Wilson, and entrepreneur Anne Wojcicki.
Alex and his former girlfriend Kate in July 2009.
What teams did the baseball star play for?
The shortstop and third baseman previously played for the Seattle Mariners from 1994 until 2000 and the Texas Rangers from 2001 to 2003. He then joined the New York Yankees in 2004 and played with the team until 2013. He rejoined the Yankees from 2015 until his retirement in 2016.
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What is Alex’s net worth?
The former pro athlete is estimated to be worth a whopping $300 million.