Sunday, October 2 2022

Former Red Sox utility man suspended 80 games for PEDs originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Major League Baseball on Monday announced the suspensions of three players for performance-enhancing drugs. One of them was a member of the Boston Red Sox last season.

Danny Santana, who played 38 games for the Red Sox in 2021, has been suspended 80 games for PED use. The utility man tested positive for Boldenone.

Right-hander Richard Rodriguez and infielder Jose Rondon also will serve an 80-game PED suspension. All three players currently are free agents.

Assessing the Red Sox’ competition in baseball’s toughest division

Santana slashed .181/.252/.345 with five homers in 127 plate appearances. The 31-year-old has spent eight years in MLB with the Red Sox, Texas Rangers, Atlanta Braves, and Minnesota Twins.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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