Check out what some have said about Alex Rodriguez's 2014 suspension on Twitter.
Full-season suspension for A-Rod means arbitrator agreed his conduct far worse than others & he interfered with investigation.
— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) January 11, 2014
Here's a great plan for A-Rod. STEP 1: Become MLB Commissioner after Selig leaves. STEP 2: Pardon yourself. #YoureWelcome
— Eric Stangel (@EricStangel) January 11, 2014
Can A-Rod play elsewhere during his suspension? He should go to Japan and try to break Wladimir Balentien's HR record.
— Bill Baer (@CrashburnAlley) January 11, 2014
— Charlie Sheen (@charliesheen) January 11, 2014
After a career arc of insincerity and deceit by Alex, someone finally holds him accountable. Now to watch him slip loudly into irrelevance.
— Selena Roberts (@SelenaRoopstigo) January 11, 2014
ARod's next scheduled game is April 6, 2015 as Marlins 3B.
— Batting Stance Guy (@BattingStanceG) January 11, 2014
An ARod confidant once told me that if Alex simply stuck to being a baseball player (like a Pedroia) he'd never be where he is. Lost his way
— Pedro Gomez (@pedrogomezESPN) January 11, 2014
Sources in A-Rod camp "100% certain'' he'll be at spring training and Yankees can't stop him
— wallace matthews (@ESPNNYYankees) January 11, 2014
First question after first full workout to Joe G.: How did A-Rod look? Girardi's head explodes.
— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) January 11, 2014
A-Rod's reduced suspension saves him about $6.35 million.
— darren rovell (@darrenrovell) January 11, 2014
Arod has 2 chances with Federal case, slim and none.
— Roger Cossack (@RogerCossack) January 11, 2014
With this A-Rod ruling, it appears the jury is no longer out on science.
— keithlaw (@keithlaw) January 11, 2014
In the days ahead, MLB/PA/Yankees will sort through rules for clarification re: A-Rod for spring training. Unprecedented situation.
— Buster Olney (@Buster_ESPN) January 11, 2014
Yankees will receive a season's worth of salary relief, saving about $24.1 million as a result of Alex Rodriguez's suspension.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 11, 2014
Final ARod point: it's not the length of the suspension. It's the fact that the union to which he belongs agreed to the arbitration process
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) January 11, 2014
Hats off to the arbitrator banning Rodriquez from the game for the 2014 season. Think the Yankees are happy? Cheaters don't win in the end!
— Bert Blyleven (@BertBlyleven28) January 11, 2014