This article from the New York Times is so hilarious as Major League Baseball touts their drug testing policy as one of the toughest in sports.
I wonder if they have considered looking into the policies and procedures of international cycling.
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"Advance notice of only a few hours could provide the opportunity for players to ... use a device that allows them to fill their bladders with drug-free urine."
And I like this part: "Baseball has increasingly toughened the penalties for violators." Relief pitcher Juan Salas was suspended for 50 games, he lost a third of his $380,000 salary and his team released a statement that they "will do all we can to help Juan get his career headed back on a positive course." In cycling, the team statement is usually "You're FIRED!"