Aug 6, 2013, 12:31 PM EDT
The head of the players union called into the Dan Patrick Show and talked about the 211-game suspension of Alex Rodriguez, saying he felt what Bud Selig did was “inappropriate and almost ridiculous.” He went on to say that he had hoped that the two sides would have worked things out.
But that didn’t happen, of course. And this just further underscores the notion that the basis of the appeal is going to be a defense focusing on the proportionality of the discipline, not the culpability of the player. At least not primarily.
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