Report: Bonds, Other Players Got Steroids

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Several baseball stars, including San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds, received steroids and human growth hormone from a Bay Area supplements lab at the center of growing drug scandal, according to a newspaper report. The issue of steroids continues to roil baseball's spring training. NPR's Melissa Block talks with NPR's Tom Goldman.



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