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  1. NFL centralizing steroid testing

    There have been some interesting, and hopefully beneficial, moves in recent weeks to address the issue of the NFL and steroids. The most in-depth stuff has come via T.J. Quinn and Michael O'Keefe in the New York Daily News. Much of their reporting ...

    Blog | Conversation | November 16, 2006
  2. Don't assume NFL is steroid free

    Tuesday's blog is going to be short as I'm on the road and have to hit the reporting trail early. I had a few ideas for blog subjects, but a line at the end of Rick Maese's superb column warning the NFL to step up its steroid testing got me thinking....

    Blog | Conversation | September 05, 2006
  3. Morse's bad 3-for-1 deal

    Peter Gammons

    Mike Morse's case is yet another example of Major League Baseball's flawed steroid testing system, writes Peter Gammons.

    PackageStory | September 07, 2005
  4. Selig's proposal good for baseball

    John Kruk

    It's time for the players' union to get on board with Bud Selig's new steroid testing plan.

    Story | Conversation | May 06, 2005
  5. Selig feeling steroids heat

    Joe Morgan

    The most important component of Bud Selig's new plan for steroid testing is the third strike.

    Story | Conversation | May 04, 2005
  6. Testing results should be public

    Tony Gwynn

    Tougher steroid testing alone isn't enough - fans deserve public test results.

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2004
  7. Steroid solution: daily or weekly testing

    Tom Candiotti

    Daily or weekly steroid testing might be the only way to restore faith in the game of baseball.

    Story | Conversation | December 03, 2004
  8. Ryan Braun's successful appeal highlighted a change in how player...

    Buster Olney

    Buster Olney writes that when Ryan Braun won the appeal of his positive test for performance-enhancing drugs, it highlighted a much different opinion among players than it would have 10 or 20 years ago. Today, players want cheaters caught.

    Blog | Conversation | March 01, 2012
  9. 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
  10. MLB leadership needs to step up

    PHOENIX -- A veteran player who has long begged for a level playing field reflected on the debacle of the steroids era de-icing process on Thursday. "When they began testing five years ago," he said, "we had people in our team union meetings tell us...

    Blog | Conversation | February 15, 2008
  11. 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
  12. Chat with Gary Miller and Jerry Crasnick

    Welcome to The Show! On Monday, ESPN MLB reporter Gary Miller and MLB Insider Jerry Crasnick will stop by to take your questions on Rafael Palmeiro testing positive for steroids. Miller's Clubhouse Confidential, to be found every week on ...

    Chat | August 01, 2005
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    Two years ago, in the summer of Major League Baseball's first steroid program, 5 to 7 percent of the players tested positive. Players were not subject to as many tests then as they are now, and the testing was not random. Only an idiot, one veteran p...

    Blog | Conversation | July 23, 2005
  14. Stiff drug testing for minor leaguers

    Will Lingo

    The minor leagues have a drug-testing policy that is aimed at making offenders pay the price.

    Story | Conversation | March 25, 2004
  15. 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