Players' urine samples were collected in 2003
SAN FRANCISCO -- Federal prosecutors want access to hundreds of urine samples of Major League Baseball players seized in 2003 as part of the BALCO steroid scandal investigation.
Authorities had a warrant for 10 players' samples, but ended up seizing samples of hundreds of players from three laboratories.
Federal judges have prohibited the government from using the
samples as part of its ongoing probe of the Bay Area
Laboratory-Cooperative, which counted dozens of prominent ...
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