Hearings Probe Steroid Use in Pro Baseball Today's congressional hearings into steroid abuse in Major League Baseball sparked some heated rhetoric, but will they lead to any substantive changes?
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Hearings Probe Steroid Use in Pro Baseball

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Hearings Probe Steroid Use in Pro Baseball

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Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig listens to the testimony of U.S. Sen. Jim Bunning (R-KY) during a hearing investigating steroid use in baseball on Capitol Hill March 17. Reuters hide caption

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Congressional hearings into steroid abuse in Major League Baseball have sparked some heated rhetoric, but will they lead to any substantive changes?

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Alan Schwarz, senior writer, Baseball America; author, The Numbers Game