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Performance-Enhancing Drugs (PEDs)
Written by Statement from Commissioner's Office   
Wednesday, 09 November 2005 12:00

Commissioner's office statement regarding the report issued by the

House Committee on Government Reform on its

investigation of Rafael Palmeiro's testimony on

March 17, 2005

 

Nov. 10, 2005

Major League Baseball Executive Vice President Rob Manfred made the following statement regarding the report issued by the House Committee on Government Reform on it investigation of Rafael Palmeiro's testimony before the Committee on March 17, 2005:

"Major League Baseball appreciates the effort made by the House Committee on Government Reform to focus public attention on the serious problem of steroid abuse. This report reinforces the Commissioner's position that the issue relates to the game's integrity. We will continue to pursue changes that will eliminate the use of performance enhancing substances. While Major League Baseball prefers to deal with this issue through the collective bargaining process, it is prepared to endorse Congressional legislation should Congress determine that the bargaining process has failed to yield results."
 
 
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