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Kristin Davis MadamFormer madam Kristin Davis says she had a relationship with Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez.

Was Alex Rodriguez client No. 13?

A high-priced former madam who used to provide hookers for former New York Gov. Elliot Spitzer provided the same services for injured Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez and dated him, the Daily News reported yesterday.

Former madam Kristin Davis, who served three months in jail and is on five years' probation after pleading guilty to promoting prostitution, would only speak in generalities when reached for comment by Newsday today.

"All I can say is there is a connection," she said when asked about A-Rod. She declined to comment on the specific allegations, saying she does "not talk about my personal life or who I date."

Spitzer, who resigned in disgrace, was referred to as "Client No. 9" by the call-girl ring's bookers. A-Rod, who is currently in Vail, Colo., rehabbing after hip surgery, wears uniform No. 13.

Davis, who is peddling a memoir on her Web site,, claims on her Web site that her service had a "roster of 10,000 rich, powerful and famous clients."

In the Daily News story, she intimated that she was personally wooed by Rodriguez.

"Throughout the years, there were a number of clients that I befriended and it was not uncommon for them to want the women they can't have whether it be the phone bookers or the madam," Davis said.

Rodriguez is divorced and has been linked romantically to pop icon Madonna. Both A-Rod and Madonna have denied they are or were romantically involved, but Rodriguez's former wife cited A-Rod's "long period of infidelity" in her divorce papers.

The Daily News story also included steamy e-mails purportedly between Davis and Rodriguez. When confronted with the e-mails, Davis told the newspaper: "Other people have access to my client records as well as my personal information and I can't control what has been released."

Rodriguez's stormy recent months have included a revelation by that he failed a steroid test; an interview with ESPN in which he admitted using a banned substance from 2001-2003; a news conference when he reported to spring training in which he fingered his cousin as his source for steroids; positive comments about Mets shortstop Jose Reyes that some interpreted as a slap at Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter, and a hip injury that led him to have surgery.

Last week, pictures of Rodriguez from a Details magazine photo spread hit the Internet. In one photo, he appears to be kissing himself in a mirror.

And next month, a tell-all biography by SI reporter Selena Roberts is scheduled to hit bookshelves. Roberts is one of the reporters who broke the failed steroid test story.

A Yankees spokesman said the team had no comment on the reports. Rodriguez's agent, Scott Boras, did not return a request for comment.

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