Brian Cashman announced that "Joe Girardi is no longer allowed to walk players with a last name of Rodriguez unless that player is worthy of a '-Rod' nickname, such as A-Rod."
This of course is in response to the first inning of Opening Day, when Girardi ordered (or allowed) his ace to intentionally walk the immortal Sean Rodriguez to load the bases for slugger Carlos Pena.
Rodriguez's career line is .229/.307/.367, with 22 HRs in 1030 PA. He is not known as S-Rod; indeed, Baseball Reference indicates he is not worthy of a nickname.
Since this was a lefty-righty match up decision, Webster's Dictionary also announced that its next edition would cite this as an example for the word "over-managing".