Congress misses the point about MLB's real drug issue

Originally Published: February 14, 2008
By Shaun Assael | ESPN The Magazine

If your idea of great theater is Clay Aiken in "Spamalot," you loved Wednesday's steroid hearing on Capitol Hill. It had memorable song-and-dance numbers galore, including the show-stopper by Rep. Dan Burton, R.-Ind., who almost seemed to be on the juice himself when he went after Brian McNamee for testifying that he supplied Roger Clemens with 'roids.

But with pitchers and catchers reporting this week, there's one number I'm keeping my eye on: 60. That's the maximum number of random ...

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