Four Minor League players have been suspended for violations of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the Commissioner's office announced Wednesday.
Clario Perez, a right-hander in the Pirates' organization, has been suspended 80 games. Perez, who is currently in Double-A, tested positive for Stanozolol.
Twins Minor League catcher Kerby Camacho and Mets Minor League shortstop Jose Martinez have each been suspended 60 games, while Orioles Minor League pitcher Will Dennis was suspended 50 games.
All four suspensions are without pay and will begin at the start of the 2016 season.
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