Alex Rodriguez stayed quiet again at the Yankees’ minor league complex yesterday, but his public relations team made it known he’s disappointed Major League Baseball’s investigation has gone public.

The third baseman rushed by reporters yesterday after working out. Later, he released a statement through his PR firm two days after ESPN reported MLB will be seeking a 100-day ban for him.

“Myself and others are being mentioned in a media report before the process is even concluded,” Rodriguez said through his spokesman, Ron Berkowitz. “I would hope this thing would follow the guidelines of our Basic Agreement. I will monitor the situation and comment when appropriate.”

Baseball is aggressively pursuing suspensions of Rodriguez, Brewers star Ryan Braun and 18 others after former Biogenesis owner Anthony Bosch agreed to testify to MLB. According to ESPN, Bosch is expected to begin meeting with officials within a week. The announcement of suspensions could follow within two weeks. Other sources told The Post MLB was close to finalizing a deal with Bosch, but was not quite there yet.

Rodriguez is rehabbing from offseason hip surgery and, barring a suspension, could be back with the Yankees sometime after the All-Star break.

He was unable to go through his usual drills outside yesterday because of heavy rain dumped on the area by Tropical Storm Andrea, but has been slowly increasing his activity.