A-Rod's Cousin Gets Deposition Delayed In MLB Drug Suit

Law360, Miami (August 21, 2013, 4:58 PM EDT) -- The Florida state judge presiding over Major League Baseball's lawsuit accusing a Miami health clinic of providing performance-enhancing drugs to Alex Rodriguez and other players granted 10-day stays Wednesday to Rodriguez's cousin and another nonparty the league wants to question.

Attorneys for Yuri Sucart, who is Rodriguez's cousin, and Jose Gomez asked Circuit Judge Ronald Dresnick to stay depositions requested by MLB until after they appeal his previous denials of protective orders for them.

“We think if discovery is granted, it would essentially make moot the appeal. The sole goal of baseball at this point is to get discovery and subpoena third...

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