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Baseball Tries for Normalcy Despite Clemens, Bonds

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Baseball Tries for Normalcy Despite Clemens, Bonds

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Baseball Tries for Normalcy Despite Clemens, Bonds

Baseball Tries for Normalcy Despite Clemens, Bonds

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It's been a big week in baseball: Congress doesn't appear to be buying Roger Clemens' story; Barry Bonds has found himself without a team; and spring training has brought a return to the time-honored, exhibition ritual of major league clubs trampling college baseball teams.

Robert Siegel gets the latest baseball news from Stefan Fatsis of The Wall Street Journal.