Alex Rodriguez made the most of his two-day series against the Marlins in his hometown of Miami before the regular season kicks off this week.
First, the New York Yankees third baseman showed off his new $27 million Miami Beach mansion to his teammates by throwing a barbecue bash on Saturday for fellow Yankees including: Derek Jeter, CC Sabathia, Russell Martin, Nick Swisher and former-Yankee Tino Martinez, according to Page Six of the New York Post.
The brunch was a "low-key get together," with no wives or girlfriends, and the group feasted on a spread of "healthy" poolside fare.
This is the same mega-house which A-Rod rented out to "Avatar" director Michael Bay for a scantily-clad Victoria's Secret photo shoot in February.
So what do a group of rich, young men with no wives or girlfriends hanging around do for entertainment on their day off?
According to Page Six, they stepped inside the batting cage Rodriguez had specially built inside his home to practice their hitting, while others were given a guided tour of the sprawling, water-front house— which he entirely rebuilt, and features minimal-designed interiors and top electronics.
Joba Chamberlain was reportedly not in attendence— while he recovers from his trampoline accident— and it sounds like none of the VS models were still slinking around either.
The next evening, A-Rod dumped the guys for a night out with ex-WWE Diva Torrie Wilson— the incredibly-toned beauty called "T-Bod" because of her physique. They were spotted ringside at WrestleMania 28 in Miami on Sunday night.
Witnesses told Page Six the couple looked happy together and went backstage before watching John Cena battle The Rock.
Before entering the ring, Cena greeted the couple and Rodriguez was said to be gushing like some little kid meeting Jeter on the infield of Yankee Stadium.
Speaking of Jeter, a spy said, Cena pointed to his new Nike Jordan Jeters and told A-Rod to tell Jeter he was wearing his sneakers.
"Tell your boy Derek I'm wearing his kicks," said Cena.