Originally Posted by crazy4kinsler
Since he's taking this to federal court, that means he's appealing, right? So that means he can play.
He says he never used and that everyone is stacking the deck against him. That's why he said he'd take things all the way to the federal level since he did nothing wrong.
I don't think so. That 'appeal' is outside of the collectively bargained process. It is solely on his own. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. The potential upside if he were to win that case is that he would be subject to damages for any games that he had been forced to sit out including salary, missed endorsement opportunities etc.
PC - Giancarlo Stanton. Bring them to me.
I think the great philosopher, Ron White, said it best, "I had the right to remain silent but I did not have the ability".