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2019 Minor League drug suspensions

Players who violated MiLB Drug Prevention, Treatment Program
January 18, 2019

Players who violate the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program are subject to suspensions from the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball. Players who test positive for a banned performance-enhancing substance or test positive twice for a drug of abuse can receive suspensions as well as players who refuse to take

Players who violate the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program are subject to suspensions from the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball. Players who test positive for a banned performance-enhancing substance or test positive twice for a drug of abuse can receive suspensions as well as players who refuse to take a drug test.
Suspensions are announced by the Office of the Commissioner of Baseball. Major League Baseball handed out 75 suspensions in 2018, 87 in 2017, 100 in 2016, 108 in 2015, 63 in 2014, 60 in 2013 and 105 in 2012.

MINOR LEAGUE SUSPENSIONS IN 2019
  • -- suspended under MLB program as member of 40-man roster