Alex Rodriguez lands in Hartford, Connecticut and signs autographs for fans

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Alex Rodriguez lands in Hartford, Connecticut and signs fan autographs … after ex Jennifer Lopez reunites with Ben Affleck

Alex Rodriguez went back to work on Sunday, but not before happily signing a few autographs for his fans.

The 45-year-old Major League Baseball legend was spotted after his private jet landed in Hartford, Connecticut on Sunday afternoon.

The former slugger signed a few fan autographs before driving to ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, for the network’s Sunday Night Baseball broadcast, where he is part of the broadcast team.

Back to work: Alex Rodriguez went back to work on Sunday, but not before happily signing a few autographs for his fans

Rodriguez wore a black softshell jacket from his A-Rod Corp along with navy blue Nike NBA sweaters.

He stayed safe during the COVID-19 pandemic by wearing a black face mask over his mouth and nose, along with black Aviator sunglasses.

He saw autographs for a number of fans, carrying a black leather overnight bag when he got off his private plane.

Signs for fans: He was shown autographs from a number of fans, while carrying a black leather overnight bag when he got off his private plane

Signs for fans: He was shown autographs from a number of fans, while carrying a black leather overnight bag when he got off his private plane

Rodriguez recently split with fiancé Jennifer Lopez, whom he has been dating since February 2017.

The couple announced their engagement in March 2019, and although they would tie the knot in 2020, the wedding was postponed due to COVID-19.

While the couple broke up in April, there are reports that Rodriguez wants her back, although Lopez was recently spotted with another famous ex, Ben Affleck.

Exes: Rodriguez recently broke up with fiancé Jennifer Lopez, whom he had been dating since February 2017

Exes: Rodriguez recently broke up with fiancé Jennifer Lopez, whom he had been dating since February 2017

Rodriguez also revealed last week that he got his second vaccination shot, adding, “Thank you for getting my second shot today. Happy Sunday everyone! ‘

He also took to Instagram last week to commit to getting back in shape, stating that he is ‘leaving the dad in 2020’.

Is there anyone else determined to stick to their fitness goals this year? I’ve been consistent with my workouts and finally put the chips down, ‘he said, before asking his 4 million followers,’ What food is your weakness? ‘

Happy: Rodriguez also revealed last week that he got his second vaccination shot, adding, `` Thank you for getting my second shot today.  Happy Sunday everyone! '

Happy: Rodriguez also revealed last week that he got his second vaccination shot, adding, ‘#Thankful I got my second shot today. Happy Sunday everyone! ‘

Dad bid: `` Anyone else who is determined to meet their fitness goals this year?  I've been consistent with my workouts and finally put the chips down, ”he said, before asking his 4 million followers,“ What food is your weakness?  '

Dad bid: “ Anyone else who is determined to meet their fitness goals this year? I’ve been consistent with my workouts and finally put the chips down, ‘he said, before asking his 4 million followers,’ What food is your weakness? ‘

Rodriguez played for 22 seasons in Major League Baseball and broke through in the league when he was only 18 years old with the Seattle Mariners.

He was an All-Star for 14 of his 22 years in the major leagues, won three MVP awards and finished his career with the fourth most home runs in history (696).

He will be eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame for the first time later this year and could very well be a first round of voting.

Baseball: Rodriguez played for 22 seasons in Major League Baseball and broke through in the league when he was only 18 years old with the Seattle Mariners

Baseball: Rodriguez played for 22 seasons in Major League Baseball and broke through in the league when he was only 18 years old with the Seattle Mariners

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