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Hard words over steroids

Lawmakers rip MLB; stars deplore use; McGwire mum on past

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / March 18, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Major League Baseball took a beating yesterday over its steroid scandal as a House committee blamed owners and union officials for fostering the crisis, and Mark McGwire -- one of the game's most popular and prolific sluggers -- repeatedly refused under oath to address whether he used illegal performance-enhancing drugs. (Full article: 1188 words)

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