The odds are long for MLBPA executive director Michael Weiner. But baseball's "regular genius" will not give in to inoperable brain cancer.
Players' union leader Donald Fehr would consider approving blood testing for human growth hormone if there were a valid, efficient procedure for determining its use over an extended period.
Baseball union head Donald Fehr predicted public exposure of steroid users will be the most important deterrent, and anticipates players soon will ratify a new agreement on performance-enhancing drugs.
The baseball players' association encouraged players not to use products with ephedra, the herbal supplement linked to the death of Baltimore pitcher Steve Bechler.
Baseball union head Donald Fehr thinks the federal government may change the rules for using ephedra within a month.