Alex Rodriguez isn't happy about the fact that Major League Baseball attempted to suspend him for 211 games last season. And apparently, he also isn't happy with how he's being treated now that he's attempting to appeal that suspension.
Earlier today, A-Rod walked out of an arbitration hearing because he isn't satisfied with the way the hearings have gone overall. Specifically, he's upset because the arbitrator in the case Fredric Horowitz has not forced MLB Commissioner Bud Selig to testify during the appeals process. In a statement released after he walked out of today's hearing, he said that he is "disgusted with this abusive process" and "will not participate any further in this farce."
So where does that leave his appeal? Stay tuned. This definitely isn't the last you'll hear about this.
[via Steven Marcus]