Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner would like to speak with Alex Rodriguez about his future with the organization, reports the New York Post.
"Haven't talked to him yet about his plans for next year. … Family, broadcasting, etc.," Steinbrenner said via email on Wednesday. "I will though. He seems to really enjoy working with our young players. And … we have plenty of them in the system coming up. As well as on the Varsity club.''
Rodriguez was a special adviser to Steinbrenner this past year and made several appearances with the club during spring training. He also provided color commentary for FOX Sports baseball telecasts throughout the year and is part of the network's postseason coverage.
Although he never officially retired, Rodriguez's Major League career ended when the Yankees released him on Aug. 13, 2016, ending a 12-year run in the Bronx.
The 14-time All-Star and three-time American League MVP ended his 22-year career with a .295 average, 696 home runs and 3,115 hits.