A-Rod's wife seeks evidence of spying
MIAMI — Alex Rodriguez's wife wants to know if he hired private detectives or had wiretaps installed to spy on her.
Cynthia Rodriguez's lawyers demanded any surveillance information as part of a records request in the Miami divorce case. The document asks for any tape recordings, photographs, reports from investigators or results from possible wiretaps.
Alex Rodriguez's attorney didn't immediately comment. The New York Yankees third baseman is starting in the All-Star game tonight in New York.
Cynthia Rodriguez filed for divorce last week, citing her husband's alleged infidelity. She wants their waterfront mansion in Coral Gables, alimony and child support.