Tigers righthander Sendy Vasquez was suspended for 50 games on Monday for violating Major League Baseball’s performance-enhancing drug policy.
Signed out of the Dominican Republic in 2003, Vasquez ranked No. 12 in the Tigers system heading into this season. His suspension began on Friday, April 27. This season, Vasquez was 0-3, 8.20 in 19 innings at high Class A Lakeland.
Blue Jays righthander Matt Roney tested positive for what Major League Baseball deemed a drug of abuse. Roney, who was 2-0, 0.90 in 10 innings at Triple-A Syracuse this season, was also suspended 50 games by MLB.
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