• Selig: No second-guessing A-Rod's suspension

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Aug 15, 2013
    "I can't control what other people say and do," Selig said. Selig said he believes the proper penalty was levied. Rodriguez is currently appealing the suspension, which he received for violating baseball's drug policy due to his involvement in the Biogenesis case. Rodriguez was given the harshest punishment, reportedly because MLB believes he not only used performance-enhancing substances but also recruited other players to do so and attempted to obstruct the investigation.
    Source: MLB.com
  • Selig: A-Rod suspension is 'eminently fair'

    Baseball commissioner Bud Selig stood by his decision to issue a 211-game suspension to New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, calling it "eminently fair."
    Source: ESPN.com

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