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Monday, March 22, 2004

Can Baseball Change Its Drug Policy?: Rob Manfred, Major League Baseball's top labor lawyer, has hinted that Commissioner Bud Selig may not be able to strengthen the baseball drug policy until the current collective bargaining agreement expires. He acknowledged that the players' association has no obligation to bargain over drug testing until the agreement expires in December 2006. The player's association, of course, should do this anyway for the good of the game, but it remains to be seen what changes, if any, will take place.


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