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MLB needs to follow NPB PED rules: One year for first offense.

If MLB wants to clean up drugs in their sport, more than all the other sports in America, maybe they should follow the PED rules that are now enforce in the NPB, Nippon Professional Baseball. Over in Asia the rules state you get one year for your first offense. Drug testing began in Japanese baseball and the first guy that tested positive was Rick Guttormson who got 20 days for testing...
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February 11, 2013  |  Discuss
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