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Today in doping disagreements
2006-03-17 08:05
by Bob Timmermann

Dick Pound, president of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), has assailed the doping plan used during the WBC.

"It's very simple. We are asking baseball to come clean and set the record straight," Pound said in a statement on the WADA website.

"Either baseball officials seriously want to rid their sport of doping, or they want to brush the issue under the carpet. So far, we haven't seen much evidence of the former."

Rob Manfred responded to Pound's criticism in the Globe and Mail.

Meanwhile, Commissioner Bud Selig has said that he might or might not investigate Barry Bonds. The ESPN story indicates that MLB would be more interested in investigating Bonds if he were implicated in perjury or tax evasion charges.

The good news is that Bonds said he would like to play in the WBC after all. Unfortunately, that's not going to happen.

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