The ALS ice bucket challenge has gotten so big it's even taken Alex Rodriguez away from rehabbing at the University of Miami and putting his tubs of ice to another good use.
The embattled Yankees third baseman hasn't been seen or heard from much since losing his appeal and serving his 162-game suspension for alleged performance-enhancing drug violations. But love him or loathe him, A-Rod returned Wednesday, joining the ice bucket challenge craze, which aims to bring awareness to ALS.
And considering A-Rod's icy relationship with some teammates, fans and MLB, suffice it to say, the man knows about being frozen out.
He also challenged U of Miami President Donna Shalala, MLB analyst Harold Reynolds, ex-teammate Robinson Cano and 24-Hour Fitness founder Mark Mastrov to take the challenge.
Yankee fans can only hope Rodriguez saved some of that cold stuff for his bum hip. The Yankees will be paying him through the 2017 season.