Alex Rodriguez’s appeal hearing against Major League Baseball is set to resume on Wednesday Oct. 16 according to multiple industry sources. The hearing will last through the end of next week and is then expected to adjourn again until after the World Series. The first week of the hearing was dominated by the testimony of MLB star witness Anthony Bosch the founder of the now-closed South Florida anti-aging clinic Biogenesis. Bosch is purported to have evidence documenting his communication with Rodriguez concerning Rodriguez’s alleged illegal performance-enhancing drug usage. Rodriguez’s attorney Joseph Tacopina spent the bulk of Thursday and Friday cross-examining Bosch. Amid last week’s activity in the hearing room at Major League Baseball’s Park Avenue headquarters Rodriguez filed two lawsuits one against MLB and commissioner Bud Selig and the other against Yankees team physician Christopher Ahmad and his hospital Columbia-Presbyterian.