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A-Rod was kicked out of a building for bringing back too many prostitutes

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Alex Rodriguez may never break the MLB home run record, but he could set baseball's prostitute record -- at least according to one New York City apartment building.

Curbed New York explains A-Rod's propensity for prostitutes, which was an unbroken streak that emulated some of the game's best records.

A-Rod was known for his love of call girls, "usually two at a time, twice a week." Since he lived there for two years (February of 2009 to February of 2011, give or take), at a rate of four prostitutes per week, that would mean that he brought roughly 416 prostitutes into an apartment that was on the market for $55 million.

Whoa. Rodriguez may end up with a batting average of .300, but he was clearly batting a thousand with New York's sex workers.

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