MLB Conducts Doping Tests 11,783 Times this Season the Most Ever 1 Drug Case Detected

 It was found that the American professional baseball Major League (MLB) conducted the most doping tests this year.

The Associated Press reported on the 2nd (hereinafter Korean time)

MLB and the players’ union conducted a total of 11,783 doping tests this year.

This exceeded the all-time high of 2019 (11,619 tests),” and added 카지노사이트랭크

Program manager related to banned substances.

According to the annual report released by Thomas Martin Box

there were a total of 61 cases of drug use that did not result in disciplinary action.”

Urine and blood tests were conducted 9,550 and 2,233 times, respectively. 

The number of urine tests increased compared to last year (9,011 times) and was even higher than in 2019 (9,332 times), when the most tests were conducted.

Blood tests more than doubled from last year (1,027 times), but were fewer than in 2019 (2,287 times).

There was only one positive test. 

Right-handed pitcher JC Mejia (Milwaukee Brewers) was banned for 162 games after stanozolol

a synthetic steroid that affects performance, was detected in a doping test on September 21.

 On May 18 last year, stanozolol was detected in a urine test

and the Major League office imposed an 80-game suspension on Mejia.

There were a total of 65 cases in which drug use was permitted for treatment purposes.

Of these, 61 cases were for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

The remaining cases included one case each of taking medication to treat high blood pressure

sleep disorders, hormonal disorders, uveitis, and ocular pressure.

Cases of taking medications related to attention deficit have decreased significantly compared to 10 years ago in 2013 (119 cases). 

The number was lower than last year (72 cases).

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