Evidence against A-Rod "far beyond" evidence against Braun
Braun accepted a suspension for the remainder of the 2012 season, which will end up being a 65-game ban. Rodriguez, however, could be in for a harsher punishment. According to ESPN's T.J. Quinn, the MLB has significantly more evidence against Rodriguez than they had against Braun. Quinn said via Twitter on Monday that a source says that "evidence provided about A-Rod is 'far beyond' what Bosch gave them [regarding] Braun."
In addition, Rodriguez will likely be charged with two counts of violating the league's performance-enhancing drug policy. The first violation was taking the drugs, and the second was interfering with the league's investigation. Rodriguez "declined to answer the questions of MLB investigators when they interviewed him" regarding the Biogenesis clinic, and the league considers that to have been interference.
Rodriguez could very well be facing a 100-game ban as a result of his two alleged violations, though if he does get that lengthy of a suspension, there is a strong chance that he'll appeal it.
Yankee fans aren't overly concerned with the possible absence of their overpaid slugger, as he has not played in a single game all season and recently delayed his return date due to a quad injury he picked up while playing in the minors. The hope in New York is that the recent developments could allow the Yankees to terminate A-Rod's massive contract that will keep paying him through the 2017 season, though that would likely be very difficult.
Rodriguez has not suited up for the Yankees since October 18, and it may be a very long time before we see him in pinstripes again.