In a short while, Alex Rodriguez will reportedly be suspended from Major League Baseball for quite some time.
ESPN’s T.J. Quinn reports the Yankees third baseman will be suspended Monday afternoon through the entire 2014 season. According to Quinn, Rodriguez’s suspension stems from his alleged involvement in the Biogenesis scandal, as well as “other areas of basic agreement.” The suspension is expected to be made official around 3 p.m. Monday.
However, Quinn also reports that Rodriguez will be able to play as long as there’s an appeal process going on. Rodriguez is expected to appeal the suspension, which makes for an interesting situation Monday in Chicago. It’s expected that Rodriguez will be activated from the disabled list and will make his 2013 debut against the White Sox despite everything else that’s going on around him and the team. [tweet https://twitter.com/TJQuinnESPN/status/364450983147212800 align=’center’] [tweet https://twitter.com/TJQuinnESPN/status/364451238722928640 align=’center’]