MLB, NFL each give $3M toward anti-doping research collaborative

Updated: January 11, 2008, 3:33 PM ET
Associated Press

DENVER -- Baseball commissioner Bud Selig was looking for a way to show he's really trying to fight steroids. The U.S. Olympic Committee served up a perfect opportunity for Selig to do something more than just talk.

Major League Baseball and the NFL agreed Thursday to join an anti-doping research collaborative spearheaded by the USOC. Each will contribute $3 million to create the most extensive drug-fighting partnership to date between the United States' biggest pro leagues and its Olympic ...

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