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Four players have been suspended 50 games each for violating the minor league drug program, three for a second positive test for a drug of abuse and another for failing a test for an amphetamine. Right-handers Hudson Boyd of Minnesota, Duke von Schamann of Cleveland, and Chris Capper, a free agent, all were sanctioned Thursday for a second failed test for a drug of abuse. Boyd is on the roster of Class-A Cedar Rapids of the Midwest League and Von Schamann is with Double-A Akron of the Eastern League.

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Today we’ll get ready for the 2015 MLB season with a team-by-team bullpen audit.

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Though he hadn’t appeared in a major or minor league game since 2011, veteran reliever Arthur Rhodes quietly held on to a remarkable career that spanned 20 big league seasons. According to MLB.com’s Mark Sheldon, that changed on Friday as the now 45-year-old left-hander just as quietly made his retirement from baseball official. Arthur Rhodes, 45, hasn’t pitched in big leagues since 2011. But I heard that he officially retired today. Was All-Star for #reds in 2010. — Mark Sheldon (@m_sheldon) January 17, 2015 Like most pitchers who hang around through two decades, Rhodes was well-traveled. After debuting with the Baltimore Orioles in 1991 and spending his first nine big league seasons there, he changed uniforms nine times in 11 seasons, including stints with the Seattle Mariners (twice), Oakland A’s, Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies, Florida Marlins, Cincinnati Reds, Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals. It wasn’t because he wasn’t good. For his career, Rhodes went 87-70 with a 4.08 ERA over exactly 900 appearances (61 starts and 839 relief appearances) and 1,187.2 innings. It’s just the life of a reliever, and Rhodes was one that teams coveted because they knew he could get big outs in big situations. Case in point, Rhodes posted 25 scoreless relief appearances out of 29 in the postseason. That includes a perfect 8-for-8 scoreless in his final season for the World Series champion Cardinals. Excellent credentials to be sure, but it’s Rhodes durability and longevity that were most impressive. They also helped propel into some rare company on more than one occasion. Check out these facts. • Rhodes is one of only 24 pitchers to record 900 appearances in MLB history. • Of those 24, Rhodes is one of only six left-handers. Side-arming lefty Jesse Orosco holds the record with 1.252 appearances.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A 33-year-old man has been found guilty of killing former professional baseball player Rodney Craig when both men were homeless in downtown Los Angeles.

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Former Minnesota right-hander Anthony Swarzak agreed Thursday to a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians, who also agreed to one-year contracts with right-hander Carlos Carrasco, left-hander Marc Rzepczynski and third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall that avoided arbitration. Carrasco got a one-year deal for $2,337,500 and Rzepczynski for $2.4 million plus the chance to earn a $25,000 bonus for 65 games. Chisenhall was guaranteed $2.25 million and can earn award bonuses. Swarzak, a 29-year-old free agent, spent his third consecutive season with the Twins in 2014, going 3-2 with a 4.60 ERA in four starts and 46 relief appearances.

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CLEVELAND (AP) — The Indians have agreed to one-year contracts with outfielder Brandon Moss, right-hander Bryan Shaw and right-hander Josh Tomlin, avoiding arbitration.

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NEW YORK (AP) — St. Louis pitcher Lance Lynn was among 21 players who avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to contracts Thursday, reaching a $22 million, three-year deal with the Cardinals.

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Former Minnesota Twins right-hander Anthony Swarzak has agreed to a minor league contract with the Cleveland Indians. The 29-year-old free agent spent his third consecutive season with the Twins in 2014, going 3-2 with a 4.60 ERA in four starts and 46 relief appearances. Swarzak had been with the Twins his entire professional career after his second-round selection in the 2004 amateur draft.

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TULLAHOMA, Tenn. (AP) — Cleveland Indians minor league pitcher and recent first-round draft pick Justus Sheffield has been arrested on charges of aggravated burglary and violating the drinking-age law.

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