Second baseman Freddy Galvis has been suspended 50 games after testing positive for a metabolite of Clostebol, a performance-enhancing drug that violates the league's banned substance program, CSNPhilly has learned. The suspension begins immediately. More coming. On second thought, no comment ... The Phillies issued this statement: "The Phillies continue to believe in and endorse Major League Baseball's drug policy. We also support Freddy Galvis in his determination to put this matter behind him and we look forward to his return as a productive member of the Phillies as soon as possible." ... Galvis, who is on the disabled list with a back fracture, was not expected back anytime soon, so the suspension is unlikely to cost the 22-year-old healthy playing time.