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This Just In: Drennen suspended

May 17, 2011
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Double-A Akron outfielder John Drennen has been suspended 50 games by Minor League Baseball for violating their drug policy.  He tested positive for a banned substance called Clomiphene, which is a fertility drug that can be used to boost testosterone as part of the steroids cycle.  The suspension is in effect immediately.

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