A-Rod sure has his eye on the prize ―at least when it comes to seeing his potential fling.
Turns out one of the women who Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez gave his digits to by using a baseball during Saturday night’s playoff game is Sports magazine, bikini model Kyna Treacy.
According to the New York Post, Treacy, 33, started her own bikini line named Kini Bikini, which specializes in barely-there swimsuits.
The blonde, who is an Australian native, was linked to the country’s TV personality James Tobin back in 2010.
In 2004 she was also named the spokesperson and model for Australia’s YellowGlen Pink Champagne.
As Fox News Latino previously reported, A-Rod had no shame in his game (not baseball, but his personal life) as he kept himself busy with Treacy and her friend while his team struggled to keep pace with the Detroit Tigers.
Rodriguez, who is the highest paid Yankee, openly flirted with both blondes, who were sitting above the team’s dugout at Saturday’s American League Championship series opener.
A source confirmed that while his team was trying to beat the odds and make a comeback, the Dominican-American player was using extra baseballs to send his phone number to the beautiful admirers.
“Alex was holding a pen and wrote a note on a ball, which was thrown at the women by a ball boy,” the source said.
Unluckily for A-Rod, whose image in the past week has become seriously tainted, the flirty exchanges were not unnoticed.
“The girls, who had already caught two balls, seemed bemused at first and tried to hand the ball to another fan,” said the Post’s source, “but other fans noticed the note on it and yelled at them to read it.”
After receiving one of the beauty’ telephone numbers, the two continued to exchange glances until the unthinkable happened in the 12th inning, when the team’s captain Derek Jeter broke his ankle.
It was then that Rodriguez was finally forced to turn his attention back to the game, but by then the damage had already been done.
“I was absolutely stunned that even… A-Rod would not be focusing on such a critical game, supporting his teammates,” a fan who saw the events unfold told the Post.
When news broke of A-Rod’s antics, a writer for ESPN took the opportunity to poke fun at Rodriguez’s rather egregious behavior as writer Dan Gallo thought up what some of the Yankee’s potential pick up lines could have been: “I was thinking about you during that last strikeout,” Gallo wrote. And also: “It turns me on that you were the two people not booing me.”
As of yet, Rodriguez has not commented on the incident. Neither has his alleged girlfriend Torrie Wilson.