What evidence do they have on ARod that they didnt have on Braun? or what is different about the two cases?
quote:So 60+ million to a 40 year old whose body is breaking down and hasn't played in about 3 years. Sounds like a good deal.
Still owing him a good deal but way his contract is set up last 3 years is like 21 million a year. Plus it isn't my money so not really bothered by it.
quote:I get that, but I'm sure the Yankees aren't thrilled about it.
Plus it isn't my money so not really bothered by it.
No not thrilled, but Yankees knew it was going to bad on tail end when they signed him.
the suspension would be the remainder of 2013 and all of 2014. If he chooses to appeal or refuse it could then lead to a lifetime ban
Who concocts these absolutely abysmal contracts such as A-Rods and the Angels with Pujols? How can they even remotely seem like a good return on the investment?