Found February 24, 2012 on mlb.com:
PLAYERS: Glen Perkins
TEAMS: Minnesota Twins
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With the news that Ryan Braun had won the appeal of his positive drug test and 50-game suspension on Thursday, Glen Perkins raised some concerns about Major League Baseball's drug-testing policy.
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