Alex Rodriguez, Manny Pacquiao, David Beckham and Today's Top Sports News

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Alex Rodriguez, Manny Pacquiao, David Beckham and Today's Top Sports News
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Alex Rodriguez is back in the headlines, perhaps for the only reason the New York Yankees would not want.

One day after the magical performance of Hall of Fame shortstop Derek Jeter in which he belted a home run to cement career hit No. 3,000, A-Rod may have effectively destroyed the Yankees’ postseason dreams.

The Hall of Fame third baseman took the air out of CC Sabathia’s complete-game shutout gem Sunday afternoon, as it was announced that he would undergo surgery today to repair a torn meniscus in his knee. The Yankees’ slugger is hopeful he will be back in August, but September is far more likely to see him back in pinstripes.

How will this injury affect the Yankees and A-Rod moving forward?

Yesterday, David and Victoria Beckham birthed the first Beckham-Spice Girl princess. The two announced that they welcomed a beautiful baby girl to their family yesterday morning. Already with three prodigy sons, how will a delicate flower alter David’s way of living?

Will we ever see the international icon step onto the field again?

The summer of 2011 is officially the Summer of Baby Beckham—are we even ready for another Beckham family worldwide takeover?

Manny Pacquiao is currently training for his November 12 bout with Juan Manuel Marquez. This means he’ll continue to annoy us with his terrible cell phone commercial and boring personality.

Anybody else crying for Floyd Mayweather to knock some charisma into this man?

Will we ever see the historic bout or will they continue to make us worry?

Would their duel even live up to the immense hype we’ve placed upon it? Does it even make sense for the two to fight anymore?

From A-Rod to the Beckham-Posh Spice dynasty to Pac-Man, we have the intoxicating top sports news that will have you salivating at the mouth!

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