Two months after the divorce proceedings began, the baseball star and his wife come to an agreement and split.
Details about the settlement are not being released yet, but Cynthia Rodriguez's attorney Maurice Jay Kutner told Newsday, "Cynthia and Alex Rodriguez have amicably resolved their dissolution of marriage proceedings. They deliberately engaged in a private negotiation, which was their stated desire from the beginning. It was and remains a personal family matter for both of them. All of their decisions were based upon and guided by the best interests of their daughters."
Cynthia asked for custody of the couple's two children and ownership of their enormous multi-million dollar Miami home.