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Baseball / Steroids #770371

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 10, 2004
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) The warning from Congress for major league baseball to crack down on the use of steroids reported; scenes shown from spring training. [At hearings, Baseball Commissioner Bud SELIG†- says it is a health issue and something must be done quickly.]

(Washington: Greg Kelly) The Senate Commerce Committee hearings about the use of steroids in sports reviewed; details given about calls for increased random drug testing among the four major sports organizations. [Senator John McCAIN†- says sports organizations that allow players to have an unfair advantage by having weak drug testing policies are aiding and abetting cheaters.] [Baseball union chief Donald FEHR†- explains his concern over the invasion of players’ privacy.]

Smith, Shepard;
Kelly, Greg

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