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Suspensions for Alex Rodriguez and 12 others in the Biogenesis cases are expected to be announced Monday according to people familiar with the case.
With no evidence yet Sunday that Rodriguez is trying to negotiate down his suspension offer in the final hours he's expected to be suspended through the 2014 season when the penalties are announced around noon or 1 p.m. ET Monday. Twelve others including three new names are thought to be on the suspension list.
Tigers shortstop Jhonny Peralta Mariners catcher Jesus Montero Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz Padres shortstop Everth Cabrera and Yankees catcher Francisco Cervelli are among major-leaguers expected to be suspended as are minor leaguers Fernando Martinez Jordan Norberto Fautino de los Santos and Cesar Puello. Three other players whose names haven't become public are believed on the suspension list as well.
All or almost all of the other 12 players are expected to accept 50-game penalties though there could be an additi...
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The Alex Rodriguez show has only just begun.
English: A-Rod batting in 2007. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
And here is what happened on A-Rod’s first official day back in the pinstripes:
- MLB finally handed out the infamous Biogenesis suspensions yesterday, and A-Rod got the heftiest at 211-games. The other 12 players busted will sit out 50-games, which is standard...
It is certainly no secret that Yankees radio broadcaster Suzyn Waldman sees things through a Yankees-colored light to the point that she probably wears pinstriped pajamas. But she found a new way to prove that sometimes, at least, she just doesn’t see all of reality.
Waldman and longtime radio partner John Sterling were on hand Monday night in Chicago where Yankees third baseman...
Alex Rodriguez is back to talking again.
Friday has come and gone, and with it Arod hasn’t been banned in perpetuity, nor has he even been suspended. Rodriguez spoke to the media after a rehab game, in which he homered on Friday and was all too candid.
Arod confessed that he’s ready to start now and then went on to plant another seed in his conspiracy allegations. When speaking...
Alex Rodriguez just talked himself out of a possible settlement with Major League Baseball and faces a 214-game suspension to be handed down on Monday the Daily News has learned.
Following Rodriguez’s explosive comments after Friday night’s minor league rehab game in Trenton in which Rodriguez basically said Major League Baseball and the Yankees were conspiring to keep him...
Alex Rodriguez will reportedly appeal any suspension levied by MLB in connection to Biogensis and PEDs. This meme shows what his defense will be.
Alex Rodriguez is ready to play and ready to put up a fight. He certainly doesn't see the next games possibly being his last with the threat of a lifetime ban or a lengthy suspension from major league baseball over his head.
The much-maligned 14-time All-Star who has 647 career home runs hit a two-run homer for the Class AA Trenton Thunder over five innings of play in a 6-2...
WFAN cut to every Alex Rodriguez at bat last night. Besides the overkill, you had the demented one, Suzyn Waldman, hearing and seeing things. Sure, cheers for Arod but -- wow, Friday's going to be like Kim Jong-un has returned home.
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A total of 12 players, not named Alex Rodriguez, have been suspended in consequence for their involvement with the shady South Florida drug clinic known as Biogenesis. All 12 have accepted their suspensions with none having plans to appeal.
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It should also be noted that Toronto Blue Jays outfielder Melky Cabrera, San Diego Padres catcher Yasmani...
One by one the names were read, but only one brought an immediate response from me: Jordany Valdespin of the New York Mets.
The reaction was two-fold. First laughter, because aren’t these supposed to be “performance enhancing drugs?’’ The second was this probably explains a lot about his behavior, which seemingly has been a permanent case of “Roid Rage.’’
When news broke thatMajor League Baseball had suspended Alex Rodriguez through 2014, opinions ranged far and wide on the punishment for the slugger and whether or not it was fair. While Rodriguez has vowed to fight the suspension, one person had an interesting theory on why A-Rod has had so many troubles lately.
Former Florida Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen chimed in with his thoughts...
It was a dark day for baseball.
No, it was a great day for baseball.
How about we just agree it was an important day in baseball history?
Monday was D-Day for Major League Baseball's Biogenesis investigation, as 12 players accepted 50-game suspensions for violating MLB's drug policy and Yankees star Alex Rodriguez defiantly appealed a suspension through the 2014 season...
Jesse Biddle warms up prior to Friday’s game, Image- Jay Floyd
Controversial mega-star Alex Rodriguez continued his “rehab” games in the minor leagues while baseball approaches a decision or announcement regarding the slugger’s reported connections to the Biogenesis drug case. Playing with the Double-A Trenton Thunder on Friday, the Yankees’ third baseman faced the Phillies’...
The Kansas City Royals set yet another ratings record on Fox Sports Kansas City Monday night. In other news, the Padres also hit a new record, while the return of Alex Rodriguez boosted the Yankees [...]
However you feel about the Alex Rodriguez debacle, you have to agree that it makes for excellent baseball television. Personally, I’m quite enjoying the circus – schadenfreude has always been one of my strong suits.
When A*Rod takes the field in Chicago, he’ll doubtless face a loud chorus of boos and jeers. After talking to a few Yankees fans, I don’t think...
Today on The Slant, host Brad Stein discusses the legacy of Alex Rodriguez, the impact that additional replay will have on MLB, Tiger Woods, and other hot topics.
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