Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 10/6/13
If it feels like the Alex Rodriguez hearing is being dragged out, well, that’s because it is. According to an ESPN New York report by Wallace Matthews, Fredric Horowitz, the arbitrator in the Rodriguez case, is too busy to continue the proceedings for the next week. When quitting time came on Friday afternoon, A-Rod’s attorneys were in the midst of cross-examining Tony Bosch, the former owner of the Miami anti-aging clinic, which Major League Baseball suspects distributed illegal performance enhancing drugs to several players. The report states that the case will be halted until the week of Oct. 14, but likely will not resume officially until at least Oct. 15. In addition, the source in the report says another lawsuit is coming from the Rodriguez team. After the A-Rod camp filed a tortious interference lawsuit against Major League Baseball on Thursday, and a medical malpractice suit against Yankees team physician Chris Ahmad on Friday, the source says Rodriguez will be suing the Yankees for “conspiring with Major League Baseball” to get the 38-year-old not only off the team, but out of baseball. Rodriguez was initially suspended 211 games on August 5, 2013 before his appeal pushed proceedings into the offseason. Photo courtesy of Twitter/KSATnews Filed under: Alex Rodriguez, Headlines, MLB, New York Yankees, Pat Bradley
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