ARod Will Not Return To His Hearing If Selig Doesn’t Go Under Oath
Source: Craig Calcaterra, NBC Sports
Indeed, his lawyer said that the league hasn’t put on a shred of evidence to justify a suspension and that if MLB came to him today with an offer of a 50-game suspension, A-Rod would turn it down.
Whether A-Rod is there or not, the panel will eventually make a decision. And it if it’s not to his liking, A-Rod’s appeal rights are severely limited, as courts tend not to review employment arbitration decisions.ARod Will Not Return To His Hearing If Selig Doesn't Go Under Oath by Charles Mager