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Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players' Association are reportedly in agreement in removing marijuana from the list of banned substances for minor leaguers.
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The agreement is set to be a part of a wider deal involving opioid use in baseball, The Athletic reported Monday. Major league players are already not subjected to marijuana tests, which means pot would essentially be legalized throughout professional baseball.
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Minor league baseball players had previously been subjected to a 25-game suspension for the first positive marijuana test, 50 games for the second positive test, 100 games for the third positive test and a lifetime ban for a fourth positive test.
Major League Baseball's policy is becoming similar to that of the National Hockey League. The NHL doesn't punish players who test positive for marijuana but would recommend treatment if a player has "abnormally high levels" of THC in their system.