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Washington Post: Yankees star Alex Rodriguez has been suspended by Major League Baseball through the 2014 season, pending an appeal. Twelve other players have agreed to take 50-game bans as part of the league's Biogenesis drug investigation.
Alex Rodriguez was among 13 players suspended by Major League Baseball on Monday for violating the league’s antidoping protocols, the biggest single-day drug bust in the sport’s history.
Rodriguez, pending an appeal, will be barred for 211 games – through the 2014 season — by far the longest ban levied by the league for a doping violation. The league cited his “use and possession of numerous forms of prohibited, performance-enhancing substances” over many years.
Recovering from hip surgery and a quadriceps strain, Rodriguez had planned to make his 2013 return to the Yankees’ lineup Monday night in Chicago against the White Sox. Rodriguez is expected to announce shortly whether he plans to appeal. He would be eligible to play until his appeal is heard by an arbitrator.