I want to hear more about what ARod did to obstruct MLB's investigation. Because really, it's 50 games + 112+postseason for whatever "extra" he did. I would hope it's significant. I didn't watch 60 minutes but there was something along the lines of also trying to persuade Bosch to go to Colombia.
FWIW - Hypothetical - if my employer drug-tested every so often, and the punishment for marijuana/minor drug use was something along the lines of probation or a dock in pay or something somewhat negative, and I went and obstructed their drug-testing investigation by buying documents or evidence against me, and my employer knew it, of course my punishment would be much more severe than if I just owned up to it in the first place. Generally, when you **** off your employer, they don't like it very much. Now, if I had a strong union protecting me, I could fight it, which is what ARod has, but they seem to want to distance themselves from him.