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Steroids Scandal Clouds Major League Baseball

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Steroids Scandal Clouds Major League Baseball

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Steroids Scandal Clouds Major League Baseball

Steroids Scandal Clouds Major League Baseball

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Reports that San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds and New York Yankees Jason Giambi and Gary Sheffield received steroids from BALCO, a Bay Area supplements lab, cast a cloud over Major League Baseball. Lawyers for Bonds say he never received any steroids. BALCO is at the center of a doping scandal that has rocked professional sports. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.