League wanted to get steroids deal done quickly
NEW YORK -- Amphetamines were untouched by baseball's new drug-testing agreement, with the issue left for the sport's medical advisers to study.
Some say amphetamine use is more widespread than steroid use in a sport when players are ground down by playing 162 games over 183 days during the regular season, with constant travel and all-night flights leaving many weary.
"Amphetamines, better known as 'greenies,' have a long
tradition in baseball," Dr. Gary Wadler of the World Anti-Doping
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