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Mets’ Edwin Díaz Suspended 10 Games, Fined After Getting Busted Using Foreign Substance

Ahh…Amazing Mets! (LOL)

Edwin DiazThe New York Mets closer has been suspended 10 games and paid an undisclosed fine for violating MLB’s foreign player drug rules, MLB reported. announcement Monday from the league. (RELATED: Rangers’ Max Scherzer quietly makes history, tying him with Greg Maddux for 11th-most strikeouts in MLB history)

The suspension, issued by MLB senior vice president of field operations Michael Hill, begins Tuesday when the Mets host the New York Yankees at Citi Field, but he can appeal the league’s decision. If he does, he would be presented with MLB special assistant superintendent John McHale Jr., but his suspension would be stayed pending the completion of the disciplinary process.

before taking the mound in the top of the ninth inning in New York. 5-2 victory During a game against the Chicago Cubs on ESPN’s “Sunday Night Baseball,” Diaz was removed from the game by crew chief Vic Carapazza after a sticky substance was found on his hand.

In case you missed it, here’s the whole story of this scene.

That’s New York Mets baseball, baby!

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