OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Toronto Blue Jays manager John Gibbons believes outfielder Melky Cabrera served his suspension and won't be penalized by Major League Baseball for his ties to a Florida clinic accused of distributing performance-enhancing drugs.

Gibbons said Monday in Oakland he isn't making contingency plans in the case that Cabrera receives another suspension.

``We don't think anything's going to happen,'' Gibbons said. ``Major League Baseball is handling all that, so we don't know. We think, because he served his time, it's over with. I haven't given it much thought and the GM hasn't talked much about it.''

Cabrera was handed a 50-game suspension on last Aug. 15 for a positive testosterone test. Athletics right-hander Bartolo Colon got the same suspension exactly one week later, also for testing positive for testosterone. The 40-year-old Colon, an All-Star and 14-game winner so far this year, has indicated he is staying focused on his game and not worried about a possible suspension.

Cabrera and Colon may have baseball's Joint Drug Agreement on their side should MLB find the players received testosterone from the clinic.

Article 3 H of the agreement states ``players shall not be subjected to multiple disciplines as a result of the same use of a prohibited substance.''

Cabrera, the 2012 All-Star game MVP while still with the San Francisco Giants, has shown no signs to Gibbons of being concerned about further punishment.

``Melky doesn't say a whole lot,'' Gibbons said. ``We get along great. In passing we'll talk. He doesn't say a whole heck of a lot.''

Cabrera began the week batting .284 with three home runs and 30 RBIs for Toronto, which is in last place in the AL East.