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A strong anti-steroid stance

Damon wants tougher policy

By Bob Hohler
Globe Staff / March 2, 2004

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Count Red Sox player representative Johnny Damon among the influential big leaguers who support tougher policies to crack down on steroids. He joins a number of players, notably Atlanta closer John Smoltz , who have spoken out in recent weeks. President George W. Bush also highlighted the issue in his State of the Union address. (Full Article: 895 Words)

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