The Yankees have officially released Alex Rodriguez, the team announced before Saturday's game.
Tyler Austin and Aaron Judge have been added to the active roster as part of a slew of corresponding moves.
Rodriguez, who spent 13 years with the Yankees, made his final appearance with the team Friday night, going 1-for-4 with an RBI double in the first inning.
Manager Joe Girardi let Rodriguez take the field in the ninth inning, and he was removed after the first out.
"I have a huge heart," Girardi told reporters. "And if this is the last time he plays, I wanted it to be something he never forgot."
While Rodriguez is expected to switch over into an advisory role with the club, he has not officially announced his retirement from baseball.
"I'm relieved," Rodriguez said to reporters following Friday's game. "This game is tough. The fact that I don't have to face guys like Chris Archer and [Dellin] Betances anymore, that's definitely a stress-reliever. I saw Gary Sanchez have a series in Boston, and I looked at him and said, 'I can't do that anymore.' And I was happy about it. With all the things I've been through, and to have an ending like tonight, I don't know what else a man can ask for."
Rodriguez will finish his Yankee career with 351 home runs, 1,096 RBIs and a .283 average.