By Evans Clinchy
May 14, 2012

Colorado Rockies catcher Eliezer Alfonzo will have his 100-game suspension for a positive drug test rescinded, according to the Associated Press. He will be eligible to play immediately.

Alfonzo last September became the first player to be suspended twice for performance-enhancing drugs, when the commissioner's office announced a 100-game penalty for a positive test; Alfonzo appealed, however, and his suspension was revoked due to the same procedural issues that came up in the Ryan Braun case. While the specific details are unknown, there was an error in the handling of Alfonzo's sample.

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