A-Rod's Unprecedented Attack On Union Faces Long Odds

Law360, New York (January 14, 2014, 6:57 PM ET) -- In becoming the only Major League Baseball player ever to accuse his union of failing in its duty to represent him, Alex Rodriguez must prove the union wasn't merely negligent but that it actively hampered his ability to fend off doping allegations, a high legal standard experts say leaves the famed athlete without much hope.

Their comments came Tuesday after the New York Yankees slugger, having been hit Saturday with a 2014 season-long suspension by an arbitrator for using banned drugs, sued baseball and its players...
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