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Former Campbell pitcher Ian Kahaloa suspended 50 games by MLB

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

Cincinnati Reds player and former Campbell High pitcher Ian Kahaloa has been suspended 50 games for testing positive for drugs, Major League Baseball said Tuesday.

This is the second time Kahaloa had a positive test, MLB said, and a third test would mean a 100-game suspension. A fourth would result in a permanent ban from affiliated baseball.

The Cincinnati Reds drafted Kahaloa in the fifth round in 2015. Last season, he made 10 starts in rookie ball.

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