Alex Rodriguez is officially retired from baseball, he told reporters on Tuesday after arriving at Yankees camp, where he'll be serving as a guest instructor.
"Zero," Rodriguez said when asked how much interest he would have in playing baseball again.
Rodriguez, 41, added that he had some offers after last season but that none appealed to him.
About the prospect of managing, Rodriguez said he isn't yet ready to consider it.
"I'm trying to get my life back in order," he said, according to Andrew Marchand of ESPN. "I'm trying to manage my daughters, and most of the time, they are managing me."
Rodriguez hit .200 with a .247 OBP and .351 .SLG with 9 HR and 31 RBI in 65 games last season, playing his final game on Aug. 12.
Rodriguez, who was suspended for the entire 2014 season due to the use of performance enhancing drugs, hit 696 home runs during his career, which began in 1994.
He ranks behind only Barry Bonds (762), Hank Aaron (755), and Babe Ruth (714) on the all-time home run list.