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Friday, March 18, 2005

Baseball Juice Hearing Review

Some of baseball's biggest names faced hardball questions from lawmakers in the Congressional hearing concerning steroid use in the sport. CBS News Correspondent Joie Chen reports.

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Selig Downplays Steroid Crisis

After Thursday's congressional hearing on steroid abuse in professional baseball, commissioner Bud Selig spent the day downplaying the seriousness of the problem, reports Lee Cowan.

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2-Year War Anniversary

Byron Pitts reports on the two-year anniversary of the beginning of the Iraq war. Most of the combat deaths have come after the major fighting was over.

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Lawmakers Play Hardball

Some of baseball's biggest stars visited Congress Thursday, to talk about steroid use in the major leagues. Jennifer Donelan reports from Capitol Hill.

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Thomas Critical Of Steroid Use

Frank Thomas, a Chicago White Sox player and outspoken critic of steroid use, gave his opening statement to the House panel.

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Schilling- MLB Plan Is Working

Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling admitted that steroid abuse is a problem in baseball, but he told the committee that MLB's program is making strides.

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