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Over the weekend we heard Miguel Tejeda who was recently suspended 105 games for amphetamine use may have had ties to the South Florida performance-enhaning drug hub Biogenesis. On Wednesday Major League Baseball released a statement absolving Tejeda of any Biogenesis-related infraction: “The Office of the Commissioner investigated all allegations regarding players associated with Anthony Bosch and Biogenesis. The investigation found no violation by Miguel Tejada of the Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program." Tejada 39 hit .288/.317/.378 with three home runs in 53 games for the Royals this season before being suspended. He tested positive for a banned amphetamine after his theraputic use exemption expired. Tejada was on the DL with a calf injury at the time of the suspension. Several years ago Tejada was mentioned in the Mitchell Report for having received PEDs at least once. He has plead guilty to perjury in front of Congress when discussing PEDs and in 2008 had to adm...
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