Two Minor Leaguers were suspended for violating the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the Commissioner's Office announced Wednesday.
Cubs Minor League outfielder Matt Camp and free-agent pitcher Adam Osteen each received 50-game suspensions. Camp's suspension came for his second violation for a drug of abuse, while Osteen was suspended after he tested positive for Methasterone and metabolites of Methandienone.
Camp, the Cubs' 13th-round Draft pick in 2006, hit .198 with 13 doubles in 78 games between Triple-A Iowa and Double-A Tennessee. He is currently on the active roster for the Double-A Smokies and his suspension is effective immediately.
Osteen, who appeared in five games for the Class A Short-Season affiliate of the D-backs earlier this season, will begin serving his suspension immediately upon his signing with a Major League organization.
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