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Baseball slow to act on use of 'speed'

Amphetamines seen rampant, but sport's rules weak

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / April 17, 2005

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A kid with a dream, Bronson Arroyo was trying to break in with the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1998 when one of the team's elder statesmen tipped him to one of the basics of Major League Baseball: amphetamine use. (Full article: 2954 words)

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