MLB Players Push Drug Testing Major league baseball players urge their union leaders to agree to tougher steroid testing. The announcement was made in Phoenix where the players association is meeting amid a storm of allegations that some of baseball's most prominent stars used performance-enhancing drugs. Hear NPR's Tom Goldman and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Pro Baseball Players Push for Tougher Drug Testing

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Pro Baseball Players Push for Tougher Drug Testing

Pro Baseball Players Push for Tougher Drug Testing

Pro Baseball Players Push for Tougher Drug Testing

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Major league baseball players urge their union leaders to agree to tougher steroid testing. The announcement was made in Phoenix where the players association is meeting amid a storm of allegations that some of baseball's most prominent stars used performance-enhancing drugs. Hear NPR's Tom Goldman and NPR's Renee Montagne.