Sledge won't be sanctioned by MLB

Updated: January 13, 2004, 6:13 PM ET
Associated Press

Terrmel Sledge, an outfielder in the Montreal Expos' farm system, has become the second player on a major league roster to test positive for steroids and has been banned from international competition for two years.

Sledge, 26, who flunked the test during a U.S. Olympic training camp in October, does not face any sanctions from Major League Baseball.

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency announced Tuesday that traces of banned anabolic steroids were found in a urine sample taken from Sledge, ...

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