A-rod is not a hero. Throughout his career he has shown his true colors and it's not pretty. Here are just a few….

A History of A-Rod’s Man Diva Behavior…

Dbags tend to ride in big, expensive cars to, ahem, compensate for their personality shortcomings. The bigger the jerk, the bigger the car, que no? Yes. A-Rod owns a Mercedes dealership in Texas—easy access to a new car anytime.

September 2006: Pity the Pretty

In a cover story for Sports Illustrated, his Yankee teammate, Jason Giambi said, “Alex doesn’t know who he is. We’re going to find out who he is in the next couple of months.” A-Rod for his part, let out one of the most arrogant quotes ever spoken by a man in pinstripes, "When people write [bad things] about me, I don't know if it's [because] I'm good-looking, I'm biracial, I make the most money, I play on the most popular team..." Pobrecito!

2006: A-Rod for A-Rod Charity

Earlier this year, The Boston Globe uncovered some pretty rotten facts on Rodriguez’s charity, A-Rod Family Foundation. The charity raised $400,000 via a celebrity poker tournament with Jay-Z in 2006. Then the AFF donated $5,000 to the Shawn Carter Scholarship Fund, $90 to a Miami-based Little League team, and nothing more. The following year, the IRS stepped in and ended the charity’s ability to accept donations.

A-Rod’s a man-whore. We know this. He cheated on his wife. He even cheated on the woman he left his wife for—Madonna. While he was still with the Material Girl, he sent obsessive, lustful texts to model, Melissa Britos. Hi, my name is Alex and I’m an a*****e.

odriguez was investigated for participating in illegal poker games, where millions of dollars were tossed around like Nerf balls. Six years earlier, MLB commissioner, Bud Selig, warned A-Rod to put an end to his illegal poker habit but no one, not even your boss, can tell A-Rod what to do.