Tigers utility player Andrew Romine hit a game-winning grand slam Wednesday to beat the Twins.
It was Romine's first grand slam and only his seventh homer in an eight-year big league career.
Naturally, MLB requested that Romine submit a blood sample for its drug testing program immediately after the game, according to multiple reports.
Andrew Romine confirms that he was in fact selected for a random drug test immediately after the game. He gave blood, then did interviews.— Evan Woodbery (@evanwoodbery) April 12, 2017
Romine credited the power surge to adrenaline. No word on the results of the blood sample.
For the record, MLB's testing program is random.