'The truth needs to come out'

Updated: March 18, 2005, 1:47 AM ET
Associated Press

WASHINGTON -- The chairman of a House panel looking into steroids in Major League Baseball chided the sport's leaders Thursday for being uncooperative and urged star players subpoenaed to his hearing to "take public responsibility" for their actions.

"Major League Baseball and the players' association greeted word of our inquiry first as a nuisance, then as a negotiation, replete with misstatements," Government Reform Committee chairman Tom Davis, R-Va., said in his opening statement.


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