Strong suspended for performance-enhancing drugs
NEW YORK -- Seattle Mariners minor-league outfielder Jamal Strong was suspended for 10 days Tuesday, making him the fourth player to test positive under major-league baseball's new policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
Strong, who played 12 games for Seattle in 2003, was with Triple-A Tacoma this season. The speedy leadoff man hit .235 with three RBI through 12 games.
Strong, 26, was sent down to the minors in late March. He hit .324 with three homers, 24 RBI and 19 stolen bases in ...
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