Rodriguez and 12 others were suspended for PED use on Monday, but while the 12 others received 50-game bans Rodriguez was slapped with a 211-game suspension. While the others accepted their punishment, Rodriguez will appeal his, which will allow him to play until that process concludes.
Gabe Feldman, the Director of the Tulane Sports Law Program, joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Adam Jones Show on Monday night to talk about A-Rod’s suspension, and just how long the appeal process could take.
“That’s one of the many unknowns we’re dealing with here,” Feldman said of the appeal. “We could get a hearing within 20-30 days; Major League Baseball might try to get it done more quickly than that. A-Rod, if he had his way, would push it off until next season "
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