On Tuesday at a Kia Motors New York Fashion Week event at Pier 94 during which the company unveiled its new Stinger, the all-star slugger noted that he's less focused on big real estate markets -- in cities with MLB teams, say -- and is instead using a different sports guide-post to dictate his investments in smaller markets.
"Over the last 15 years, we've deployed a lot of equity into the Southeast quadrant of the United States," Rodriguez told TheStreet in an interview. "So if you think about all the SEC (Southeastern Conference) teams that play college football - South Carolina, to Georgia, and you come across to all over Texas -- we've been very active, we like all of that.
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