After weeks and months of waiting, the ruling in Alex Rodriguez's appeal hearing was handed down on Saturday. The three-time AL MVP was suspended 162 games plus the entirety of the 2014 postseason by arbitrator Fredric Horowitz. The ruling has some hot stove implications as the Yankees suddenly need a third baseman and have an extra $25 million to spend.
Aside from the A-Rod ruling -- which is the biggest story of the offseason, in the grand scheme of things -- there wasn't much baseball news on Saturday. No major transactions or anything like that. Here's a rundown of the day's action.
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