Alex Rodriguez hit two home runs on Friday night but it's his second inning blast that will have many talking heading into the next week. 

Batting sixth as the designated hitter in Tampa Bay, A-Rod, amid the boos, smacked one to left-center that was the longest hit so far this season in Major League Baseball.


Buster Olney told Armen and Levack on 104.5 The Team earlier this year that it would be just a matter of time before fans would be yelling for a drug test from the former steroid user. After a 6th inning homer to secure A-Rod's first multi-homer game since 2012, the critics are getting louder and louder.

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Not to mention, A-Rod has now put himself in the driver seat to hunting down Willie Mayes for fourth all-time on the HR list. When Rodriguez reaches the milestone and eventually passes Mayes, the Yankees will owe him a $6 million bonus, according to his contract.