Three Minor Leaguers Face Drug Suspensions

The commissioner’s office announced three drug-related suspensions on Monday.

• Dodgers righthander Jose Dominguez has been suspended 25 games without pay for violating the program. Dominguez spent most of the 2012 season in low Class A Great Lakes, going 4-3, 5.25 with 78 strikeouts and 47 walks over 72 innings. He finished the season with five solid outings in Double-A Chattanooga.

• Two minor league free agents—righthander Emerson Martinez and shortstop Luis Valenzuela—will be suspended 50 games without pay for testing positive for Stanozolol.