We know that the average baseball salary has climbed almost one-hundred fold in the last four decades, to about $2.5 million. We know that the players won every labor war before dueling the owners to a draw in 2002. We are supposed to believe the union is the strongest in any country, in any business.
So why the heck haven't the leaders of the all-powerful Players Association done more to protect its own members from steroids and the players who abuse them?
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