Found January 09, 2009 on The Biz of Baseball:
As part of the updates Joint Drug Agreement between MLB and the MLB Player’s Association (see the latest JDA), Bryan W. Smith, the Independent Program Administrator for MLB’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program today released his annual report detailing specifics over the past year, as it pertains to the 40-man rosters for the 30 MLB teams.(See the report from MLB and the MLBPA) The report shows that 3,486 tests were conducted over the course of last season, and of them, 19 tests reported by the lab overseeing the testing program showed adverse analytical findings that resulted in discipline, or less than 1 percent (0.55%) of the total samples tested.Names of those associated with disciplines are not part of the report, nor are details of those players that were granted Therapeutic Use Exemptions.   Below is a break down of the nineteen analytical positives, based on type and substance: Adverse Analytical Findings Substances # Performan...
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