Earlier today, Alex Rodriguez decided to drop his lawsuits against commissioner Bud Selig and Major League Baseball. This could be the first sign that A-Rod knows his chances of winning are slim and may accept his suspension for the 2014 season. He was suspended for 211 games last August but appealed it and was able to play while the appeal was going on. Last month his suspension was reduced to 162 games which would equal the regular season of 2014. He filed his lawsuits shortly after that but either due to a change of heart or some advice, he decided to drop those today. This does not mean he is still not fighting the actual suspension, because he is. However the verdict on that should be complete before the season starts and his chances of winning are slim to none.