Former New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez admitted Sunday on the KayRod Cast that he’s not destined for enshrinement in Cooperstown.

He says "There’s probably no Hall of Fame. I’m not going to go to the Hall of Fame, probably, because of my own mistake."

He also said " that’s heartbreaking for me. It’s heartbreaking to explain that to my daughters. "

He further added "But that’s on me. So I get to be now, hopefully a better friend, a better businessperson and, more importantly, a better father.”

Rodriguez made his Hall-of-Fame ballot debut this year, and was named on only 34.3% of those cast.

To be inducted, a player needs to be named on 75% of the ballots.

Rodriguez  unquestionably has the numbers for the Hall of Fame: 696 career home runs (fourth all-time), 14 All-Star selections and three American League MVP Awards.

However Rodriguez’s season-long suspension in 2014 for using performance-enhancing drugs clouds his candidacy.

The retired slugger who once seemed destined to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame also admitted he realizes he likely won't ever have a plaque honoring his career in Cooperstown.

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