Read Alex Rodriguez's federal suit vs. MLB, and arbitrator Fredric Horowitz's ruling

Alex Rodriguez walks in the dugout during a

Alex Rodriguez walks in the dugout during a game against the Baltimore Orioles. (Sept. 11, 2013) Photo Credit: AP

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Alex Rodriguez has filed suit against Major League Baseball, the office of the Commissioner and the MLB Players' Association seeking to overturn his 162-game suspension.

The lawsuit, filed Monday afternoon in a Manhattan federal court, also makes public arbitrator Fredric Horowitz's decision to reduce Rodriguez's suspension from 211 games, based on a ruling earlier Monday by U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley III.

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Embedded below is the complaint filed by Rodriguez, along with the ruling from Horowitz.

(Newsday's app users can click the link above to view the 77-page document.)

Alex Rodriguez suit vs. MLB, Bud Selig and players union

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