WADA: MLB should toughen on cheats
LONDON -- The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency says Mark McGwire's admission of steroid use should spur baseball to get tougher on drug cheats.
WADA president John Fahey said Tuesday that despite "incremental progress" baseball's drug program still falls short of the "universally accepted standards" of the international code on doping.
After years of denying he took performance-enhancing drugs, a tearful McGwire apologized Monday. He said he used steroids and human growth ...
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