Smoltz says current policies 'not good for game'
KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Atlanta Braves closer John Smoltz called on major league baseball to adopt tougher steroid testing policies.
Saying the sport's integrity is at stake, Smoltz added Sunday that he doesn't even understand the testing policy adopted as part of the collective bargaining agreement in 2002.
"The more this becomes a monster, the more it plays into everybody's mind," Smoltz said after a spring training workout. "There's a way they should do tests. Do them ...
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