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  1. Dwyer still in good standing

    Georgia Tech running back Jonathan Dwyer shouldn't see his draft stock drop, despite testing positive for amphetamines, according to sources. The NFL cleared him because the prescribed medicine involves a pre-existing condition since childhood. Acc...

    Blog | Conversation | April 19, 2010
  2. MLB now a young man's game

    We'll see when we reach August, when the 35-year-olds and 40-year-olds find out if their minds are making promises that their bodies can't keep. "It's a different game today with the drug testing and without amphetamines and steroids," says one very ...

    Blog | Conversation | April 26, 2008
  3. Difficult to assess impact of amphetamines ban

    Jerry Crasnick

    The amphetamine ban has prompted players to move down the spectrum to coffee and energy drinks or to seek other legal alternatives.

    Story | Conversation | September 08, 2006
  4. Lifestyle, nutrition hard to change

    As baseball tries to cut down on amphetamine usage, some teams have tried to emphasize two parts of the baseball life that impact energy and focus: lifestyle and nutrition. Depending on the success of the testing and the available substitutes for g...

    Blog | Conversation | March 19, 2006
  5. No rest for the wicked

    Rob Neyer

    With the new amphetamines testing policy in effect, some major leaguers might have to go to bed a bit earlier.

    Story | Conversation | February 08, 2006
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    The union leadership continues its gradual philosophical shift on the issue of steroids, effectively agreeing to stronger penalties for repeat offenders and for the inclusion of amphetamines on the banned list, a major step. The union still has mor...

    Blog | Conversation | September 27, 2005
  7. In the Crosshairs: Baseball's Drug Test

    Luke Cyphers, ESPN The Magazine

    Baseball finally put in place a drug-testing policy. Does it go far enough?

    Story | Conversation | March 04, 2003