According to Jeff Passan and Tim Brown of Yahoo! Sports, MLB player representatives "overwhelmingly agreed" that Alex Rodriguez should be kicked out of the union during a 90-minute conference call last week.
According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, the commissioner's office and the MLBPA is in agreement that Alex Rodriguez counts $3,155,737.70 toward the luxury tax for the Yankees in 2014.
Alex Rodriguez has sued Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association in federal court in an attempt to have his 162-game suspension overturned.
Alex Rodriguez' attorney will file a suit in federal court Monday contesting Saturday's decision, reports Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times.
According to Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York, Alex Rodriguez has every intention of reporting to spring training with the Yankees.
Alex Rodriguez announced Saturday that he still plans to fight his reduced 162-game suspension in federal court.
Bob Nightengale of USA Today reports that arbitrator Fredric Horowitz has ruled that Alex Rodriguez receive a 162-game suspension.
Ronald Blum of Yahoo Sports reports that arbitrator Fredric Horowitz could issue his decision on the Alex Rodriguez case as early as this weekend.
Wallace Matthews of ESPN New York was told by a source "from Alex Rodriguez's camp" that the beleaguered slugger has discussed the possibility of accepting a reduced suspension from MLB.
According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, an official ruling on Alex Rodriguez's 211-game PED suspension appeal "probably won't be known until next week."
Alex Rodriguez said Friday that, physically, "this is the best I've felt in any offseason in a long time."
Alex Rodriguez will not attend Thursday's appeal hearing with MLB, but his lawyers will be present.
Alex Rodriguez walked out of his arbitration hearing Wednesday after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz ruled that MLB commissioner Bud Selig did not have to testify.
Alex Rodriguez has a meeting Friday with Major League Baseball officials.