Are you concerned that some of the punishments in this case do not follow the collectively bargained rules between the MLB and MLBPA?
Absolutely. Braun and Rodriguez are interesting precedents; neither player has ever officially failed a drug test or otherwise been caught red-handed with PEDs and yet both will serve a sentence longer than the typical 50 games. If the MLB can suspend A-Rod for 200 games without a positive test, what is there to stop future commissioners from targeting specific players based only on the perception of their cheating?
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