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Congress targets Tejada

Hearing also brings heat on Selig, Fehr

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / January 16, 2008

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Baseball's drug problem grew thornier yesterday as Congress asked the Justice Department to investigate former American League MVP Miguel Tejada for possibly lying about steroid use and cited a sudden spike in the number of major leaguers who have received medical exemptions to use banned amphetamines. (Full article: 1381 words)

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