August 5th, 2013
09:32 PM ET

Inside baseball's drug problem

The suspension that could sideline Alex Rodriguez through the 2014 season is just the latest performance enhancing drug scandal scandal for Major League Baseball.  The league has fought hard to keep banned substances out of the game.  Anderson spoke with Kirk Radomski about why it is so difficult to do.  Radomski started as a bat boy for the New York Mets.  By the time the feds busted him in 2005, he estimates he was supplying 300 ballplayers with performance enhancing drugs.

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  1. Mong

    Must be punished him ,with those player . Give him such as punishment in the next no one can get the breve to doing this crime .


    August 6, 2013 at 11:28 pm |