From his public personal life to his spotty clutch hitting, Alex Rodriguez has been an easy target for the media in New York. When Major League Baseball levied a 211-game suspension against A-Rod on Monday, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig might as well have painted a bullseye on the 38-year-old slugger, too. Not surprisingly, the New York Post and the New York Daily News both ran with -- and over -- A-Rod on their front and back covers on Tuesday.

The Post went with a literal twist on the 1950s musical comedy "Damn Yankees" for its front page. Be sure to note the horns.

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For its cover, the News simply went with the familiar and reliable formula of A-[Insert Derogatory Noun Here].

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Meanwhile on the back covers, both New York tabloids picked up right where they left off in the 2012 American League Championship Series, ripping A-Rod over his performance in a Yankees' loss. The three-time American League MVP managed just a bloop single in four at-bats on Monday night as the Yankees were throttled by the Chicago White Sox, 8-1.

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