Page 2 examines the contents of Barry Bonds' notepad.
Here's an uncomfortable possibility: Maybe the way we demonize performance-enhancing drugs in sports keeps us from the scientific research we need to understand their effects.
Mark McGwire, you think you had it bad? What about me?
Patrick Hruby delivers the supremacy metric on the world of sports and beyond.
Patrick Hruby goes to the bracket to decide the bigger news-making icon: Roger Clemens or Alex Rodriguez.
What if the federal government decided to investigate something sports fans actually cared about?
Patrick Hruby talks to the medical community to decipher Roger Clemens' claims.
Why in the world should we start believing Marion Jones now?
Can you distinguish the real excuse from the made-up ones? Take Patrick Hruby's first (but not last) Steroid Excuse Quiz.
The steroid problem isn't the only thing MLB wants to investigate. Page 2's top-secret memo tells the whole story. • Chasing Ruth
While everyone is calling Barry Bonds a cheater, Patrick Hruby is calling us all hypocrites.
If Rafael Palmeiro and everybody else who tests positive find steroids hidden in their supplements, why can't Patrick Hruby?
Don't worry, Raffy, your steroid transgression is so boring people are going to forget about it soon enough.
Turk Wendell says Barry Bonds has used steroids? Hey, what else would expect a caveman to say?