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Bill Scheft
March 21, 2005
Well, the results of the latest MLB steroid testing are official. Only 1% to 2%. That's also the chance Rafael Palmeiro will show up on Capitol Hill and pass out free samples of Viagra.
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March 21, 2005

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Well, the results of the latest MLB steroid testing are official. Only 1% to 2%. That's also the chance Rafael Palmeiro will show up on Capitol Hill and pass out free samples of Viagra.

Giants get permission to use Barry Bonds at DH for home preseason games Bonds was not one of the major leaguers subpoenaed by the House Government Reform Committee. A congressional committee investigating steroids, and they don't call Barry Bonds? Come on. I haven't seen grandstanding this cheap since the rightfield seats at Jarry Park.

Why can't the House turn its attention to more pressing issues, like saving Medicare for Jack McKeon and Julio Franco?

Any player who does not answer a subpoena is subject to a fine of $1,000. Or 20 signed baseballs.

Bud Selig is claiming he was unaware of possible steroid use until 1998. That was after he watched a sausage race at County Stadium and noticed how cut the bratwurst was.

Washington bags No. 1 seed at Big Dance Did you watch the selection show on CBS? Fascinating. I had no idea Dan Rather had been on the bubble.

This season the NCAA reformulated each team's RPI to add extra weight to road victories. Except if you win a game at RPI.

Chris Webber already being booed in Philly Don't you love a guy who overstays his welcome while he's unpacking?

Webber really seems miserable with the Sixers. The other night, during a game, he called his cellphone carrier and complained about his minutes.

The Magic sent Grant Hill to the Duke University Medical Center for what was called a routine ankle examination. Routine? Come on. His private hospital gurney just had its 5,000-mile tune-up.

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