Alex Rodriguez has filed a federal lawsuit 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 Manhattan, will also make public arbitrator Fredric Horowitz’s decision to reduce Rodriguez’s suspension from 211 games. Horowitz found that there was “clear and convincing...Read more »
Alex Rodriguez filed an amended lawsuit against Major League Baseball on Tuesday morning in Manhattan federal court that includes more allegations of misconduct by commissioner Bud Selig.
The amended lawsuit cites how Selig “chose to hide in his office in Milwaukee rather than come testify” last week at Rodriguez’s appeal of his 211-game suspension.
An MLB spokesman declined to comment...Read more »
UPDATED 8:27 P.M.: Alex Rodriguez stormed out of his appeal hearing with Major League Baseball early Wednesday and then went on WFAN and denied any wrongdoing in the Biogenesis probe while attacking commissioner Bud Selig and the league.
Just before noon, Rodriguez left the arbitration hearing after chief arbitrator Frederic Horowitz denied Rodriguez’s attorneys’ request to have Selig testify...Read more »