Kansas City Royals infielder and six-time All Star Miguel Tejada has been suspended for a whopping 105 games after twice testing positive for an amphetamine. It's not quite the 211-game ban A-Rod is facing, but it's still the third-highest non-lifetime ban in MLB history, reports ESPN. Why so high? Tejada has tested positive for drugs before, so he faced an automatic 25-game ban when he tested positive for Adderall this season. But shortly after, he tested positive a third time, netting him an additional 80-game suspension, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Tejada was charged in 2009 for lying to Congress about teammates' drug use, and previously admitted to buying $6,000 of human growth hormone, but claimed he never used it. He is not appealing the suspension, which will begin immediately—though he was sitting on the bench anyway, thanks to a strained calf muscle. A source tells Yahoo! Tejada is now "strongly" considering retiring. (Read more Kansas City Royals stories.)