MIAMI (AP) _ The Florida Marlins have suspended left-hander
Scott Olsen for two games without pay because of insubordination
and conduct detrimental to the team.
Marlins manager Fredi Gonzalez says the penalty stems from an
incident yesterday after Olsen was relieved from a win over
Washington. Olsen was the winning pitcher, giving up two runs and
six hits in five innings.
Olsen will begin serving the suspension tonight and will not
miss his scheduled start Friday at home against Cincinnati.
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