Miguel Tejada To Be Suspended For 105 Games
By Jeff Todd [August 17 at 12:56pm CST]
Royals infielder Miguel Tejada will be suspended for 105 games by MLB for the use of amphetamines, Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports reports on Twitter. In a series of tweets, Passan explains that two recent positive tests are the basis for the suspension, which is the third-longest in MLB history.
With Tejada already on the 60-day DL, the suspension will be applied over this season's 41 remaining games. Passan says that the 39-year-old former MVP is expected to retire rather than sit out the 64 additional games at the beginning of next year.