Minor leaguers for A’s, Mets suspended for drug violations
NEW YORK (AP) Two minor league players in Single-A have been suspended after positive tests for banned substances.
The commissioner’s office announced the suspensions Thursday.
Martinez was on the roster of Stockton in the California League. He tested positive for clomiphene, a performance-enhancing substance.
Rasquin was on the roster of Columbia in the South Atlantic League. He tested positive for methamphetamine, a stimulant.
There have been 34 players suspended this year under the minor league drug program and six under the big league program.
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