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  1. WADA chief criticizes testing, penalties

    Baseball's policy on steroids is a "complete joke" and an "insult" to the fight against performance-enhancing drugs, Dick Pound, the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, said Friday.

    Story | Conversation | November 14, 2003
  2. Audio results for "mlb steroid policy"

  3. Baltimore Orioles minor league pitcher Daniel McCutchen banned 50...

    Baltimore Orioles pitcher Daniel McCutchen has been suspended for 50 games under baseball's minor league drug program following a positive test for Methenolone and a metabolite of Trenbolone.

    Story | Conversation | April 06, 2013
  4. Players suspended for violating MLB steroids policy

    A list of the major league baseball players suspended for violating steroids policy.

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2007
  5. Selig proud of MLB's drug policy, revenue sharing

    Jerry Crasnick

    Commissioner Bud Selig believes that Major League Baseball has done an effective job of getting steroid use under control. He calls the drug policy currently in place "the toughest program in American sports today."

    Story | Conversation | July 11, 2006
  6. Lawton failed test after taking veterinary steroid

    Matt Lawton admitted that he took the veterinary steroid boldenone last season, just before he was suspended for 10 days for violating Major League Baseball's steroids policy.

    Story | Conversation | December 22, 2005
  7. Comparing the steroid policies

    How MLB and other professional sports' steroid testing policies stand.

    Story | Conversation | November 15, 2005
  8. Lawton becomes 12th suspended for steroids

    Former All-Star outfielder Matt Lawton was suspended Wednesday for a positive steroids test, becoming the 12th player penalized for violating Major League Baseball's policy.

    Story | Conversation | November 02, 2005
  9. Rangers' Almanzar suspended 10 days for steroids

    Texas Rangers right-hander Carlos Almanzar became the second member of the Texas Rangers and fourth reliever to be suspended for violating Major League Baseball's new steroids policy.

    Story | Conversation | October 04, 2005
  10. Senate calls sports leaders to testify on steroids

    The commissioners of the baseball, basketball, hockey and football have been called to testify before a Senate committee hearing on proposed drug-testing standards.

    Story | Conversation | September 15, 2005
  11. Selig calls again for tougher sanctions against steroids

    Hours after the ninth player was suspended for violating Major League Baseball's steroids policy, commissioner Bud Selig once again called for tougher sanctions.

    Story | Conversation | September 07, 2005
  12. Franklin slapped with 10-day suspension

    Mariners pitcher Ryan Franklin was suspended 10 days Tuesday for violating Major League Baseball's steroids policy.

    Story | Conversation | August 02, 2005
  13. FLB: Palmeiro Suspended

    Tristan H. Cockcroft

    Tristan H. Cockcroft looks at the implications of Rafael Palmeiro's suspension.

    Story | Conversation | August 01, 2005
  14. Reliever: 'Just clear my name from that word'

    Reliever Rafael Betancourt said that while he accepts punishment for violating Major League Baseball's drug policy he will continue his appeal to get the word "steroids" dropped from the official record.

    Story | Conversation | July 15, 2005
  15. Desire for more playing time forced move, Piniella says

    More than two months after violating Major League Baseball's policy on steroids, outfielder Alex Sanchez was designated for assignment by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays.

    Story | Conversation | June 13, 2005
  16. Rincon, Montero seek salary lost during suspension

    The first two grievances stemming from major league baseball's toughened steroids policy have hearings scheduled before arbitrator Shyam Das next month.

    Story | Conversation | May 26, 2005
  17. Congress proposes two-year ban for 1st offense

    Baseball commissioner Bud Selig said Monday he would support federal legislation calling for two-year bans for first-time steroid offenses unless the Major League Baseball Players Association agrees to toughen the sport's drug policy.

    Story | Conversation | May 16, 2005