- Associated Press - Thursday, September 8, 2011

NEW YORK (AP) - Three minor league baseball players were suspended for 50 games each after failing drug tests.

Philadelphia outfielder Zachary Collier, who plays for Class A Lakewood tested positive for an amphetamine.

Right-handed pitcher Alejandro Montas and catcher Gustavo Parra both tested positive for stanozolol and will begin their 50-game bans upon signing with a major league organization.

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