2012 Major League Baseball Drug Suspensions

Updated: November 27, 2012, 4:37 PM ET
Associated Press

Players who have been suspended this year for violating the Major League Baseball Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program (x-second offense):

x-RHP Guillermo Mota, San Francisco, May 7, 100 games (clenbuterol)

INF Freddy Galvis, Philadelphia, June 19, 50 games (clostebol metabolite)

OF Marlon Byrd, free agent, June 25, 50 games (tamoxifen)

OF Melky Cabrera, San Francisco, Aug. 15, 50 games (testosterone)

RHP Bartolo Colon, Oakland, Aug. 22, 50 games (testosterone)

SS Ryan Adams, Baltimore, Nov. 2, 25 games (amphetamine)

C Yasmani Grandal, San Diego, Nov. 7, 50 games (testosterone)

C Carlos Ruiz, Philadelphia, Nov. 27, 25 games (amphetamine)

Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press

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