Rockies minor league outfielder Kevin Clark received a 50-game suspension, effective immediately, in a disciplinary action announced today by Major League Baseball. The 23-year-old failed a test for amphetamines, which qualify as a performance-enhancing substance under MLB guidelines.
A lefthanded batter and fourth-year pro, Clark was batting .241/.313/.345 with three doubles in 29 at-bats for high Class A Modesto at the time of the suspension. Colorado selected him in the sixth round of the 2006 draft, out of Manatee (Fla.) CC.
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