Akron ouffielder John Drennen has been hit with a 50 game suspension for testing positive for the banned substance Clomiphene. Clomiphene is a female fertility drug that is sometimes used by men as they come off of a steroid cylce. It blocks the body's flow of estrogen and restores testosterone. So there is little doubt about this suspension; it isn't like Drennen was using a supplement that he thought was OK and ended up being banned or anything like that.
Drennen was hitting .256/.367/.444 for the Aeros this season with 3 HR and 15 RBI. Drennen was selected in the sandwich round (33rd overall) in the 2005 draft. He gained some national fame when he homered off of a rehabbing Roger Clemens while Drennen was with Lake County back in 2006. He was never really performing up to his lofty draft position, and had to be fustrated to be repeating AA Akron as a 24-year old.
The minor league drug testing is much more stringent than the MLB testing system, and you see many, many more kids get suspended than actual major leaguers. Drennen's is one of 26 suspensions handed out to MiLB players this year alone, with no suspensions served by MLB players. Manny Ramirez of course was going to be suspended, but chose to retire instead.
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