They could have ruled that Selig needed to be there. If this was a court of law, and ARod was on trial, and Selig was accusing ARod of a crime, Selig would have to be there. If I'm ARod, I demand to know what part of his *** Selig pulled "211 games" out of. Not one of his nice-speaking cronies. At the end of the day, he's going to end up suing MLB and that will get Selig in court. And when that takes time, he'll be allowed to play until his suit is heard, which could be a while.