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Bob Ryan

Congress forced it down their throats

By Bob Ryan
Globe Columnist / November 16, 2005

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Thirty-four years after retirement, Jim Bunning has fired his most significant knockdown pitch. Oh, sure, the major league owners and the Players Association have come up with a new, and far tougher, anti-drug agreement, but it's one they never would have come up with had they not been scared into doing so by the Republican Senator from Kentucky and his ... (Full article: 1155 words)

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