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Alex Rodriguez is trying to go down without much of his fight. (No, we're not referring to his postseason play.)
In court documents filed Thursday, the Yankees slugger admits to much of what was set forth by estranged wife Cynthia Rodriguez in the divorce petition she filed earlier this month, including her characterization of their five-year marriage as "irretrievably broken" (he makes mention in court docs of a certain Material acquaintance or any dalliances) and that Cynthia is a "loving and nurturing mother."
Notably, he denied her challenge of their prenuptial agreement, drawn up once upon a time to protect baseball's highest paid player from potentially coffer-draining situations such as this one.