Former Parkway Panther star baseball player Kolby Copeland has a lot of explaining to do. The-now Miami Marlins prospect has been handed a 50-game suspension.

Kolby Copeland, 19, was drafted 127th overall by the Miami Marlins out of Parkway High School.

Copeland spent the 2012 season playing for the Gulf Coast League Marlins where he hit .286 with no home runs and 34 RBI's.

He was set to start his 2013 season with the Batavia Muckdogs of the New York-Penn League.

But the reason why Copeland was suspended may surprise you. It was not for failing a drug test, it was for refusing to even take one.

Due to his refusal, he will now sit out 50 games.

See what damage Kolby Copeland did to a baseball while at Parkway:

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