A-Rod is a mathematical equation with an improbable answer.

Zero big postseason hits + zero winning seasons in Texas + one improved record by Texas when he left + zero American League championships + zero World Series trophies = 25 million dollars.
A-Rod just earned more money while you were reading this sentence than you're going to make all year.
by whitemale_98 January 4, 2005
The act of admitting to doing something wrong only after you have been totally busted.
Also known as 'pulling an A-Rod'.

by MichaelMcD February 10, 2009
Taken from the abbreviation of Alex Rodriguez, a former Seattle Mariners baseball player who signed to the Texas Rangers for what was then considered the highest wage (approx. $25 million) in American Baseball. Later, he resigned to the New York Yankees.

Sometimes A-Rod is seen as a positive distinction for someone who is popular and likable, possibly even affluent and sought after. However, in most places (i.e., Washington State, Texas) being called an A-Rod is considered an insult, meaning “sell-out” or even as a derogatory term for someone who is sexually easy, male or female. The term can be used to describe others in the media, sports, or television, or known acquaintances.

Can be used as an adjective, sometimes a noun.
"Man, Good Charlotte has gone so A-Rod."
"Pay Mary Jane enough and she'll go A-Rod for ya."
"Man, Justin is such an A-Rod."
by Katiwasayan January 18, 2005
v. To Slap Balls.

n. Highest payed player in baseball who has not won a World Series pennant, nor has won a League Pennant, nor has had any significant postseason success, nor can fight like a man, and... he slaps balls.
You better not touch me with that ball, I'll freakin A-Rod that ball!!!
by Corbs February 12, 2005
A-Rod is a nickname for baseball superstar Alex Rodriguez
"yo A-Rod hit three home runs last night"
by kmart July 10, 2005
A nickname you give someone who is really good at third base. From Alex Rodriguez, third baseman of the New York Yankees.
That girl sucked dick like a pro. She was a real A-Rod.
by Trey Bay Bay August 7, 2007
v. To go out of one's way to make an athletic play when a teammate is clearly in much better position to do so. Usually involves a cry of "A-Rod!" as the action takes place.
A-Rod just A-Roded Derek Jeter!
by DannyM April 29, 2005