Major League Baseball announced Friday that minor-league right-hander Angel Guzman, who is in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization, has been suspended for 50 games.
The suspension, Guzman's second, will place Guzman in the minor league drug prevention and treatment program for a drug of abuse, the league said.
Guzman, 30, signed a minor league deal with the Dodgers during the off-season. He spent four seasons with the Chicago Cubs, pitching in 88 games and had a 4.82 ERA.
He received an invitation to the major league camp in spring training, has yet to pitch in the majors or the minors this season.