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Two Dodgers minor league pitchers suspended for using performance-enhancing drugs

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a baseball player wearing a blue shirt: Dodgers minor league pitchers Juan Idrogo and Reza Aleaziz were among four players suspended for violating MLB's Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. (Associated Press) © (Associated Press) Dodgers minor league pitchers Juan Idrogo and Reza Aleaziz were among four players suspended for violating MLB's Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. (Associated Press)

Dodgers minor league pitchers Juan Idrogo and Reza Aleaziz were among four players suspended for violating MLB's Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the league announced Sunday.

Idrogo, who was suspended for 72 games, is a Venezuelan signed to a minor league contract a year ago at age 16. He spent the season in the Dominican Summer League.

Aleaziz, who was suspended for 50 games, was a 28th-round draft pick out of Oklahoma State in 2018. The 24-year-old right-hander was 4-0 last season with a 2.37 ERA in 25 relief appearances at Class-A Ogden and high Class-A Rancho Cucamonga.

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