Dowd suggests suspension for those who don't cooperate with probe

Updated: May 30, 2007, 9:26 AM ET
Associated Press

NEW YORK -- The lawyer who headed baseball's investigation of Pete Rose wants commissioner Bud Selig to suspend players who don't cooperate with the steroids probe spearheaded by former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell.

John Dowd said Selig should try to overturn the 1980 arbitration decision in a case involving Ferguson Jenkins. The ruling upheld a player's right to refuse to answer questions from baseball management if it jeopardized his legal position in a criminal case.


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