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Phillies Minor Leaguer Ozuna suspended 50 gms for Elevated Testosterone/Epitestosterone Ratio PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 11 June 2009 17:15

PEDsThe Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that Philadelphia Phillies Minor League infielder Pablo Ozuna has received a 50-game suspension after showing an elevated Testosterone/Epitestosterone ratio, a performance-enhancing substance violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

Ozuna's suspension based upon elevated levels of Testosterone/Epitestosterone is a first at the minor league level this year. All other suspensions are for outright positive tests for a listed PED, substance of abuse, or for amphetimines, which is considered a performance-enhanciing drug

The suspension of Ozuna is effective immediately. Ozuna is currently a member of Triple-A Lehigh Valley of the International League.

Ozuna is the fifteenth minor league player suspended this season compared to seven last season at this time. When adding in players suspended under the Major League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the total number of players suspended in 2009 is 19.

See The Biz of Baseball's MLB and Minor League Drug Violations tracker, which details every drug suspension in baseball.

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