Nobody was happier about the Hall of Fame shutout than the Hall of Famers themselves.
The latest round of Texas high school steroids tests caught nine athletes for using performance-enhancing drugs.
A juror in the Roger Clemens perjury case tells The Associated Press that the key prosecution witness in the case wasn’t credible.
Prosecutors said they might call former baseball players Barry Bonds and Jose Canseco, and current baseball commissioner Bud Selig as witnesses in the Roger Clemens perjury case.
U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton said Clemens could not be assured a fair trial after prosecutors showed jurors evidence against his orders in the second day of testimony.
Despite barely two dozen positive tests in three years, Texas is likely to keep its high school steroids testing program.
The effort to keep performance-enhancing drugs out of college sports lacks consistency or integrated strategy between schools, conferences and the NCAA.
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