Thursday, March 11, 2004
It looks as though our government is finally getting involved with the scandal that threatens Major League Baseball.
Congress will act if Major League Baseball's leaders fail to strengthen and expand the sport's drug-testing policy, Sen. John McCain said Wednesday.
McCain, R-Ariz., said during a Senate Commerce Committee hearing that he did not know which legislative steps could be imposed on baseball, but "we will have to act some way unless the major league players union acts in the affirmative and rapid fashion."
I've spoken to some people who don't think this is a problem.
They need to have a look at Jeff Bagwell.
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