You can insist to anyone who will listen that despite all the rocks that you got, you’re still, you’re still Jenny from the block.
Alex Rodriguez, the former Bronx Bomber, is testing out his own method: the humbling theory of fame relativity.
"I have three televisions in my living room and I'll have the east coast game, the central game, and the west coast game and my daughters are like, 'Daddy it's too much, I thought you were retired!" "I love the game so much and honestly, it's too much," he joked.'" Rodriguez and Fallon also played a game of "Egg Russian Roulette" -- while decked out in Yankee pinstripes -- and went head-to-head smashing eggs (decorated like baseballs) onto their foreheads without knowing if they're hard-boiled or raw.He even said that the photographers on the Met Gala red carpet told him in no uncertain terms to get out of their shot. But in the case of Rodriguez, it seems to be 100 percent effective.Science hasn’t verified how useful this humility method is yet. '" WATCH: Alex Rodriguez Says 'Brilliant' Girlfriend Jennifer Lopez Is a 'Role Model' to His Daughters While he may not be playing for the Yankees anymore, Rodriguez is sticking around in an advisory capacity for the team, and he says he "couldn't be more proud to be a part of the organization." "I'm so lucky to still be a part of the Yankees, and be advising our general partner Hal Steinbrenner and mentoring our young players," he added.