Found July 28, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
At this point it is all speculation and believe nothing until it happens. I will continue to say this is all about the money. I believe Rodriguez is only concerned about how much he is going to lose. He won’t lose it all, but MLB isn’t going to slap him on the wrist like they didn’t Ryan Braun. According to the NY Post, MLB might try to suspend him until 2015. I still think it ends up being 100 games, but at this point we are all just guessing.
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  • Theyre going to slaughter him, its not going to be a slap on the wrist or JUST 100 games. Hes been a pain in MLBs ass for years now with the PEDs, they want him gone, so does every other person associated with MLB or MLBPA.
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