​It looks like this might be the second time where Alex Rodriguez joins the team with the highest payroll in his career.


Only this time, it won't be the Yankees he is joining, but a multibillion dollar entertainment conglomerate.

​​A-Rod is already signed with Fox, but other networks do allow personalities to do specific programs on rival channels. Anderson Cooper, for example, is permitted to do 60 minutes segments for CBS although he's contracted to CNN. Since the only thing Rodriguez would be joining ESPN for is Sunday Night Baseball, it's within the realm of possibility that this could happen.


There is one more thing that could get in the way - Rodriguez wants input on who's next to him in the booth. His preferred partner is Matt Vasgersian, who A-Rod has a game calling history with. 


Rodriguez has become a popular as an on-air personality because of his funny and witty broadcast style. Let's see how this all plays out.