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  1. The PED problem in MLB isn't gone for good - ESPN The Magazine

    Howard Bryant

    Just when baseball thought it was in the clear, its PED problem is rearing its ugly head again. Good luck going clean this time, Howard Bryant writes in ESPN The Magazine.

    Story | Conversation | March 08, 2013
  2. A Baseball Hall of Fame voter's blank ballot

    Howard Bryant

    The Hall of Fame process was hopeless this year thanks to the PED issue, so one voter sent his ballot back blank.

    Story | Conversation | January 09, 2013
  3. The Ryan Braun and Alberto Contador drug cases reopen old wounds

    Howard Bryant

    Just when we thought sports might be getting out from under the cloud of performance-enhancing drugs, the cases of Ryan Braun and Alberto Contador rained down on us.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2012
  4. The system worked in Ryan Braun's successful appeal of MLB's susp...

    Howard Bryant

    It's a victory for the process, despite MLB's cries of anguish. And the successful appeal of Ryan Braun's 50-game suspension should serve as an example to players in other pro leagues.

    Story | Conversation | February 24, 2012
  5. Reasons to temper enthusiasm over Drew Brees and Tom Brady beatin...

    Howard Bryant

    It was a Mount Everest of a record. But the game has changed so much that Dan Marino's passing mark didn't have a chance of standing tall against the Drew Brees and Tom Brady ascents.

    Story | Conversation | January 05, 2012
  6. The NFL might be losing its moral compass in light of recent ille...

    Howard Bryant

    The NFL once seemed invincible. But recent developments -- illegal hits, longterm health hazards, misbehaving players, continuing drug issues -- have football's reign over American sports in jeopardy.

    Story | Conversation | October 27, 2010
  7. Dr. Anthony Galea is the latest chapter in the steroid story, and...

    Howard Bryant

    This is the refrain we're hearing from the athletes who've been treated by Dr. Anthony Galea: 'We don't know anything about any performance-enhancing drugs.' Sound familiar?

    Story | Conversation | May 19, 2010
  8. Mark McGwire as St. Louis Cardinals hitting coach sends another w...

    Howard Bryant

    Tony La Russa, Bud Selig and others celebrating Mark McGwire's return to baseball still don't get it. This isn't the lesson baseball needs to be teaching.

    Story | Conversation | October 28, 2009
  9. Los Angeles Angels and a dirty doctor muddy baseball's steroids i...

    Howard Bryant

    The recent news that some major league players received steroids from a doctor, and that they were sent to the doctor by their agent, means baseball's steroid mess is far from over.

    Story | Conversation | April 20, 2009
  10. MLB commissioner talks drugs, instant replay, Cubs and Rays

    Howard Bryant

    The Marlins and Rays are big surprises this season. Baseball seems poised to incorporate instant replay. Still, the matter of performance-enhancing drugs is not going away. Commissioner Bud Selig sits down with's Howard Bryant and discusses these and other subjects.

    Story | Conversation | June 17, 2008
  11. Friction and fractures erode faith in Mitchell's investigation

    Howard Bryant

    An investigation of baseball's inquiry into performance-enhancing drugs reveals a series of missteps and conflicts that undermined former Sen. George Mitchell from the start. Howard Bryant reports.

    Story | Conversation | December 11, 2007
  12. Mitchell Report must reflect effect of steroids on standings

    Howard Bryant

    If George Mitchell's long-awaited report on steroids in baseball is to have any credibility, it must reflect the impact of performance-enhancing drugs on past and present game results, writes Howard Bryant.

    Story | Conversation | September 10, 2007
  13. Howard Bryant: How Bud Selig and baseball survived the George Mit...

    Howard Bryant

    The Mitchell report once threatened to explode baseball into a million fragments. One calendar year later, the game has managed to reduce the decade's most vexing issue into an unpleasant afterthought.

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2008