MLB stars dominate spotlight on the Hill

The debate once centered on whether the balls were juiced; now it's the players under the microscope. In the steroid debate pitting two powerful institutions, Congress and Major League Baseball, the media's focus seemed to be on personalities rather than

The debate once centered on whether the balls were juiced; now it's the players under the microscope. In the steroid debate pitting two powerful institutions, Congress and Major League Baseball, the media's focus seemed to be on personalities rather than

1. Jose Canseco. Former major-leaguer's book ignited a maelstrom by naming names

2. Jason Giambi. His awkward press conference curiously avoided talk about steroids

3. Mark McGwire. His testimony consisted of non-denials and vagaries

4. Bud Selig. Embattled baseball commissioner's policies didn't outlaw steroids until 2003

5. Curt Schilling. World Series hero and outspoken anti-steroid champion

  • Analysis conducted by Delahaye, a Bacon's Information company.

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