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Baseball / Drugs / Steroids, Amphetamines #782359

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 05, 2005
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) Statement from baseball commissioner Bud Selig about eliminating steroid use by players introduced.

(Studio: Kelly Cobiella) Major league baseball players' use of amphetamines examined; details given about the drug's side effects. [Retired player Darryl HAMILTON†- talks about his "greenie" use; states players are worried about being exposed about their drug use.] [Anti-doping expert Gary WADLER†- talks about performance enhancing drugs.] [Major League Baseball president Bob DUPUY†- backs a ban & drug testing.] ["Sports Illustrated" Tom VERDUCCI†- offers the players' perspective on "playing naked."]

Assuras, Thalia;
Cobiella, Kelly

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