Kyna Treacy: Object Of A-Rod's Affection Identified As Australian Swimsuit Model

Kyna Treacy: Object Of A-Rod’s Affection Identified As Australian Swimsuit Model

Kyna Treacy left the New York Yankees’ game on Saturday with a little more than a game program and some pictures of Yankee field. The Australian bikini model was the object of Alex Rodriguez’s affection, drawing the benched star’s attention away from the game and getting her a baseball with his phone number on it.

A-Rod allegedly gave his phone number to Kyna Treacy during the game using a baseball, Fox News noted. The incident was seized on by sports writers who noted that A-Rod doesn’t appear to have his head in the game, choosing to flirt with fans while he’s mired in a slump and the Yankees are on the brink of elimination from the MLB playoffs.

Not that Kyna Treacy is the average fan. As the New York Post reported, the 33-year-old Treacy started her own bikini line named Kini Bikini, which specializes in incredibly skimpy swimsuits. She is no stranger to famous admirers either, having dated television personality James Tobin in 2010.

A-Rod reportedly spent a good portion of the team’s loss to the Detroit Tigers talking and flirting with a group of women, which included Treacy. The women were sitting above the dugout at Saturday’s opening game of the American League Championship Series.

As the Yankees rallied from a 4-0 deficit to bring the game into extra innings, Alex Rodriguez was too distracted with Kyna Treacy and his other admirers that he scantly seemed to care, an inside said.

“Alex was holding a pen and wrote a note on a ball, which was thrown at the women by a ball boy,” the source said.

The smooth move almost failed at first, an observer noted.

“The girls, who had already caught two balls, seemed bemused at first and tried to hand the ball to another fan,” a source told the New York Post, “but other fans noticed the note on it and yelled at them to read it.”

As Fox News noted, neither Alex Rodriguez no his alleged girlfriend Torrie Wilson have commented on the Kyna Treacy incident.