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Alex Rodriguez has one more reason to hope the Yankees make the playoffs.
The scandal-stained slugger’s appeal of his 211-game doping suspension will begin on Sept. 30 the day after Major League Baseball’s regular season ends Newsday reported on Friday.
But the hearing would be rescheduled if the Yankees reach the postseason so Rodriguez could attend the hearing in front of arbitrator Frederic Horwitz. Yankee sources told the Daily News that they were not aware that the hearing had been scheduled.
Lawyers for Rodriguez and MLB discussed exchanging documents requested during discovery a source familiar with the session told The News. Hearing dates were also discussed at the status hearing the source said.
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The Alex Rodriguez drama has died down as of late, but it will pick right back up toward the end of September.
The Yankees third baseman’s appeal of his 211-game suspension is scheduled to begin Sept. 30 — the day after the regular season ends.
The Yanks are currently three games behind the Tampa Bay Rays for the second wild card spot in the American League, but if the team is...
While all of the players implicated in the Biogenesis Performance-Enhancing Drug (PED) scandal other than Alex Rodriguez have accepted their penalties and are currently sitting out the pennant run, the New York Yankees 3B/DH deemed his 211 game suspension excessive and seemingly vowed to fight to the end with his appeal. Well, the end might be coming. According to...
According to Steven Marcus of Newsday, Alex Rodriguez’s appeal hearing will begin on September 30, the day after the regular season ends.
The hearing could reportedly take “several days” and arbitrator Fredric Horowitz will have “25 days to render his decision.” Rodriguez will not be forced to attend the hearings unless Horowitz requests his presence.
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It is not that often that someone can turn a belly flop travesty of a slide into a modeling moment, but Alex Rodriguez has accomplished the feat. Check out Alex having some issues with his landing gear while heading into second and then seemingly try to make up for it with a glamour shot.
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Assuming that the New York Yankees miss the 2013 postseason, Yankee fans will turn their attention to the other matters just one day after the regular season ends. MLB.com's Yankees beat writer Bryan Hoch reports that Alex Rodriguez will begin his arbitration hearing with Major League Baseball on Monday, September 30, to discuss his impending suspension.
The hearing is the...
It’s just too easy to pick on Alex Rodriguez sometimes. It’s even easier when he tries to get in on the joke and instead makes himself even more laughable.
The latest incident came Thursday night, when Rodriguez got a hold of a Jake Peavy pitch midway through the Yankees’ 9-8 loss to the Red Sox and carved a double into the right-center gap. When Rodriguez made his turn to...
There’s less than a month remaining in the regular season, which means that the Red Sox and Yankees are likely more concerned about stringing together wins than they are about last month’s fireworks at Fenway Park. If not, Red Sox president and CEO Larry Lucchino is ready to engage.
“If it starts up, I’m going to look for [Yankees president] Randy Levine,” Lucchino joked...
New York Yankees third-baseman Alex Rodriguez's arbitration hearing to appeal his 211-game suspension has been scheduled to begin on Sept. 30, FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal confirms.
Newsday was the first to report a set date for the beginning of the hearing process.
The Yankees finish the regular season on Sept. 29 against the Astros in Houston, but Rodriguez's hearing...
In a historic outing, future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning dissected the Baltimore Ravens in the Broncos’ 49-27 victory Thursday night at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Completing 26-of-41 passes for 452 yards and an astounding seven touchdowns, the 37-year-old Manning looked more dominant than ever. After missing the entire 2011 campaign to recover from an...
Major League Baseball has sent a ''heads-up'' notice to the umpires working the series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees, reminding the crew that the teams had a dustup the last time they played.
The Red Sox visited Yankee Stadium on Thursday night in their first game since Boston's Ryan Dempster hit Alex Rodriguez with a pitch on Aug. 18. That...
If the New York Yankees (75-64) end up making the playoffs, they may have Boston Red Sox pitcher Ryan Dempster to thank for it. The last time the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees faced each other, Dempster hit Yankees' third baseman Alex Rodriguez with a 3-0 pitch in the second inning. After that, Yankees manager Joe Girardi was an outraged and was tossed from the game...