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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 14 November 2007 11:34
Alex RodriguezAfter a report today in the NY Daily News, Alex Rodriguez has officially announced that he is in direct talks with the New York Yankees, without his agent Scott Boras in the mix.

The following is from Rodriguez's personal website:

Official statement from Alex Rodriguez

After spending time with Cynthia and my family over these last few weeks, it became clear to me that I needed to make an attempt to engage the Yankees regarding my future with the organization.

Prior to entering into serious negotiations with other clubs, I wanted the opportunity to share my thoughts directly with Yankees' ownership. We know there are other opportunities for us, but Cynthia and I have a foundation with the club that has brought us comfort, stability and happiness.

As a result, I reached out to the Yankees through mutual friends and conveyed that message. I also understand that I had to respond to certain Yankees concerns, and I was receptive and understanding of that situation.

Cynthia and I have since spoken directly with the Steinbrenner family. During these healthy discussions, both sides were able to share honest feelings and hopes with one another, and we expect to continue this dialogue with the Yankees over the next few days.

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