(NEW YORK) -- Lawyers for New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez are reportedly having internal discussions about having their client work out an agreement with Major League Baseball, in which he would accept a long suspension for his alleged connection with an illegal-performance enhancing clinic in South Florida, according to the New York Daily News.
A 150-game suspension might be the best that the 37-year-old Rodriguez could expect, according to the report. Baseball officials have been working with Anthony Bosch, co-founder of the now closed Biogenesis to investigate whether players received illegal performance enhancers from the clinic.
The 14-time All-Star is currently on a rehab assignment with Single-A Tampa, as he works his way back from off-season hip surgery.
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