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A US and Canadian Premier League (MLB) has given a positive test of amphetamine use. This is the annual anti-doping report of the league for the season 2018.

Under the agreement between MLB and the Players Association (MLBPA), the name of the offending competitor will be kept in anonymity, as this is his first violation of such a stimulant. In 2019, he will be subjected to extraordinary checks and will be disqualified for 80 games in a new offense.

In 2018, a record 11, 226 samples were taken in the Major League, an increase of 39% compared to 2016. Of these, the urine tests were 9282 and the blood counts;2244. Positive results mentioned by watch live baseball for banned substances are 11 in total.

In addition to the non-named player who are reported to be using doping are:

Robinson Cano (Seattle Mariners) and Oscar de la Cruz (Chicago Cubs) with furosemide diuretic: Raudy Read (Washington Nationals) and Jorge Bonifacio (Kansas City Royals) with the anabolic steroid boldenone Dean Deetz (Houston Astros) and Thomas Pannone (Toronto Blue Jess) with the steroid dehydrochloromethyltestosterone (DHCMT); Wellington Castillo (Chicago White Sox) with the erythropoietin hormone (EPO); Nik Turley (Pittsburgh Peirce) with the ipamorelin peptide;

Jorge Polanco (Minnesota Twins) with the anabolic steroid, stanozolol, and Marcos Molina (free agent) with the synthetic steroid cluster. All of them were disqualified for 80 games, except for Molina, who as a free agent on August 2 was denied racing rights by the end of the season.

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