The Twins had a second prospect suspended this year for violating MLB’s drug of abuse program. Outfielder Eli Tintor was suspended Monday, effective for the first 50 games of the 2008 season. Tintor, who rated as having the best outfield arm in the Twins system entering the 2007 season, split his season between low Class A Beloit and high Class A Fort Myers, struggling at the higher classification. He posted a combined .636 OPS between the two levels.
Earlier in the season, Minnesota farmhand Anthony Swarzak, a righthander, was suspended for violating MLB’s drug-of-abuse policy.
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