From the Enquirer

Jeff Bruksch, a pitcher for the Reds’ Double-A team in Chattanooga, was one of five players suspended for 15 days for violation of Major League Baseball’s minor-league drug policy.

He is the first Reds player suspended.

“We fully support the commissioner’s drug program and the subsequent penalty,” O’Brien said. “We do not condone illegal drug use of any kind. Period. Underlined. Exclamation point.”

Bruksch, a 25-year-old right- hander, was obtained, along with Aaron Harang and Joe Valentine, for Jose Guillen from Oakland in July 2003. He’s 3-3 with a 3.12 ERA at Chattanooga.

Will the Reds punish him beyond the MLB sanction?

“I would say there’s a good chance of that,” O’Brien said.