It’s been awhile since we’ve heard from our old pal, Ozzie Guillen. Since being fired by the Marlins back in October, Guillen has been rather low key.
MLB has doled out suspensions to twelve players including the big fish Alex Rodriguez. Now it’s time for the analysis, the high horsing, and the comments of pissed off players and former players. I’ve done a little analysis on how Rodriguez is the short term winner in all of this. If you’re looking for high […]
While the rest of the players suspended today by MLB are pretty much done for the rest of the season, Alex Rodriguez will likely never miss a game. Why? Because he decided to appeal his suspension. And with the backing of MLB Player’s Union head Michael Weiner, Rodriguez is ready to fight the suspension.
While we wait for MLB the announcement that may or may not happen today regarding the suspensions for players linked to Biogenesis, here’s a rather interesting tidbit regarding Alex Rodriguez’s possible plan of attack. According the NY Daily News, Rodriguez plans to appeal the suspension handed down to him, which you knew, and that appeal […]
From all indications, MLB is just about ready to announce suspensions for the players involved with the Biogenesis clinic. Other than working through details of the suspensions with the MLBPA, the final shoe to drop is whether or not Alex Rodriguez will make a deal with the league. In the past week, Rodriguez has vowed […]
The reactions from Ryan Braun’s suspension are rolling in. Still no word from Aaron Rodgers about this, but we’ll keep you updated on that matter. Anyhow, let’s turn our attention ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale who furious about Braun’s suspension. Not because it was too harsh, but because he believes it was too soft.
On the heels of MLB suspending Ryan Braun for the rest of the season, it seems that Alex Rodriguez has realized that Bud Selig is pretty serious about this Biogenesis case. So serious that Braun’s suspension could’ve been much worse if he hadn’t struck a deal with MLB to publicly admit his wrongdoing in exchange […]