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A-Rod will be on FOX as a full-time analyst for the 2017 season, will take over your TV by year end

(Dan Grossi/AP)

Alex Rodriguez is out to conquer television. He was an MLB Studio Analyst for FOX during the 2016 postseason, co-hosted Live with Kelly in November and announced a pilot for his own show on CNBC in January. As if three different TV gigs weren't enough, FOX announced on Tuesday that A-Rod will be a full-time MLB analyst for the 2017 season, including its Saturday broadcasts and All-Star Game coverage.

At this rate, A-Rod will be on television every single day of the week by … breaks out calculator, carries the one … June, probably. He's working as a special instructor at Yankees camp now, but soon, he might even have his own AROD channel. And then, in some not-so-distant future, he might be the only thing on every channel. Just all A-Rod, all the time.
At least we can look forward to a lot more moments like this:

And, hopefully, this:

We just hope his new TV career won't get in the way of his duties leading A-ROD CORP