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Jay-Z apparently isn't content to merely head up a sports agency.

The Major League Baseball Players' Association confirmed to E! News Friday that it has received an application from the rap mogul to become certified as an agent himself.

Hova announced last week that he had partnered with Creative Artists Agency to form Roc Nation Sports.

Adding a major jolt of legitimacy to the enterprise, New York Yankees slugger Robinson Canó simultaneously reveald that he had left his longtime agent-to-the-all-stars, Scott Boras, to sign up with Jay-Z's new venture.

As Jay-Z dives into this new corner of the sports world, he'll have to pull back from another. According to published reports, Beyoncé's husband dad is in the process of selling his minority share in the NBA's Brooklyn Nets in order to be able to proceed down his latest career path.

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