Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez sues MLB, players' union to overturn suspension

The three-time MVP is expected to miss 162

The three-time MVP is expected to miss 162 games this season, plus any postseason games. (January 14, 2014 7:53 AM)

Alex Rodriguez is taking Major League Baseball to federal court in hopes of overturning a season-long suspension. The embattled Yankees third basemen filed a lawsuit Monday against the MLB and its players' union in response to a suspension that stemmed from the league's drug investigation. Over the weekend, an arbitrator had reduced A-Rod's penalty from 211 missed games to 162, plus any postseason...

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