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SAN DIEGO - San Diego Padres President and CEO Mike Dee and Manager Bud Black issued the following statements today. 

"I'm disappointed in Cameron's violation of MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, but am pleased that he's taking responsibility for his mistake," said Padres President and CEO Mike Dee. "The Joint Agreement was put into place to protect both the player and the game, and the Padres fully support it."

"Our club fully supports Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program," said Padres Manager Bud Black. "Cameron has accepted full responsibility for his violation and apologized to his teammates and coaches. We are all looking forward to his return."

 

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