May 21, 2010, 5:40 PM EST
Dave O’Brien reports that three Braves minor leaguers — Albaro “Yoel” Campusano, Geraldo Rodriguez and Amadeo
Zazueta — all infielders, all with Class-A Myrtle Beach — have been suspended for testing positive
for amphetamines. That’s 50 games in the pokey, kids.
Campusano doesn’t show up anywhere on Braves’ prospects lists. Rodriguez is noted for his power, but has nothing else going on and isn’t really considered much of a prospect himself. Zazueta was a pickup from the independent leagues. He supposedly has a decent glove but not much else. And given that he’s already 23 and is still playing A-ball, not one was really expecting much from him either.
I guess what I’m saying is that it’s extremely unlikely that anyone will pay admission to a major league park one day for the express purpose of screaming “cheater!” at any of these three dudes.
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