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Baseball Owners, Players Reportedly Agree on Steroid Policy
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Baseball Owners, Players Reportedly Agree on Steroid Policy

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Baseball Owners, Players Reportedly Agree on Steroid Policy

Baseball Owners, Players Reportedly Agree on Steroid Policy
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NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with NPR's Tom Goldman about the agreement baseball players and owners reached on a tougher steroid-testing program. The agreement comes in the wake of grand jury testimony in which some of the league's biggest sluggers admitted to using the performance enhancing drugs.

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