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Astros' Ronel Blanco suspended for foreign substance in glove - ESPN

Houston Astros pitcher Ronel Blanco, who was ejected from Tuesday's game after umpires found a foreign substance on his glove, has been suspended 10 games by MLB, it was announced Wednesday.

Blanco also was fined an undisclosed amount.

The suspension is pending Blanco's decision to appeal. If he opts not to, it will become effective Wednesday night, when the Astros are to continue their series vs. Oakland.

Third base umpire Laz Diaz ejected Blanco after a check of his glove before he threw a pitch in the fourth inning. His glove was confiscated and was sent to the commissioner's office.

«I felt something inside the glove,» first base umpire Erich Bacchus said. «It was the stickiest stuff I've felt on a glove since we've been doing this for a few years now.»

Blanco denied using an illegal substance.

«Just probably rosin I put on my left arm,» he said in Spanish through an interpreter. «Maybe because of the sweat it got into the glove and that's maybe what they found.»

Espada added that when he went to the mound he saw «white powder» inside Blanco's glove.

«It looked to me when I grabbed the glove [that] there was some rosin,» Espada said. «You're not allowed to use rosin on your non-pitching hand, and that's what it looked like to me. It was a little bit sticky with the moisture and the sweat, but that's what it looked like to me.»

Blanco held out his hands and patted them together in front of the umpires while they inspected his glove before he was ejected, and he did the motion again after he was tossed.

«What I told them is, 'If you found something sticky in my glove you should also check my hands because it should also be on my hand,'» Blanco said. "'Just check my hand,' and he didn't."

Blanco, who threw a no-hitter