Last updated: 10/01/2016 - 1:30 AM UTC
Former Mets centerfielder Mike Cameron has been suspended for 25 games at the start of next season. Cameron tested positive for a banned stimulant for a second time resulting in the suspension under Major League rules. Cameron, of course, denied he purposely took anything illegal.
After all of the analysis and testing, I can only conclude that a nutritional supplement I was taking was tainted. Unfortunately, the actual supplement is gone, and therefore cannot be tested. Without the actual supplement in hand, the rules are clear, and I must accept the suspension.
Sounds a lot like Rafael Palmeiro to me.