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Dan Shaughnessy

In end, Selig's words will have little juice

By Dan Shaughnessy
Globe Columnist / March 18, 2004

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The sound of rattling sabres fills the air. Steroids are bad. Fans don't trust baseball players. The players' union is hiding behind the Constitution and the basic agreement, allowing cheaters to keep cheating while making the good guys guilty by association. Congress is threatening to intervene. Clean players will rise up against the union and demand more testing. Commissioner Bud ... (Full Article: 1195 Words)

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