Four Minor Leaguers Suspended
NEW YORK (AP) _ Four minor leaguers were suspended Monday for 15 games by the commissioner’s office for violating baseball’s drug policies.
That brings to 70 the number of minor leaguers penalized for violations under the minor league program. Five have been suspended under the major league policy.
The four players suspended were Angel Rocha, a pitcher in the Arizona organization; Mario Delgado, a first baseman with Baltimore; Felix Romero, a pitcher with Boston; and David Smith, an outfielder with Toronto.