A Miami Marlins pitcher is struck out by Major League Baseball's Commissioner.
Paul Campbell has been suspended for 80 games without pay for testing positive for a performance enhancing substance.
In a statement Campbell says he "never knowingly, willingly or intentionally ingested this substance in any form," and he'll attempt to clear his name.
Marlins General Manager General Manager Kim Ng says she is disappointed about the news.
But on a positive note, pitcher Trevor Rogers has earned National League Rookie of the Month honors. He becomes the first Marlins player to receive the award since Justin Bour in September 2015.