A wrong message in McGwire's return
Big Mac is back, more proof that baseball just doesn't get it when it comes to steroids
On March 17, 2005, in Room 2154 of the Rayburn Building of the House of Representatives, baseball commissioner Bud Selig sat next to his second-in-command, Bob DuPuy, as two families and a panel of medical experts wove a heartbreaking tapestry about the effects of steroids on their lives. The testimony was authoritative in its medical analysis, devastating in its real-life conclusions.
Selig squirmed uncomfortably in his chair as four parents -- Frank and Brenda Marrero, ...
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