High-priced, highly skilled players ... still no Cup

Updated: October 4, 2006, 11:07 PM ET
By Damien Cox | Special to ESPN.com

Perhaps it was once the Dan Marino syndrome.

It probably now belongs, most famously, to Alex Rodriguez, who moves on to the postseason griddle again tonight as baseball's wealthiest player, but also a player still without his name included on a championship roster.

Rodriguez, 31, might change all that this month as the Yankees pursue a 27th World Series title, but for now, he is identified primarily as an extremely rich player and an extremely accomplished player in terms ...

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