New policy will have effect
Commissioner Bud Selig can foresee a swift return to the old days of spring training when ballplayers never felt the need to justify the size of their testicles.
"I am very confident we will effectively rid our sport of steroids in this coming season," Selig said Saturday while announcing a decline in positive steroid tests last year.
Selig said that positive steroid tests dropped from five to seven percent in 2003 to "a range of one to two percent (in 2004) -- which startled me and ...
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