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The Daily's Hot Reads for Wednesday: Answering The Belle
Published November 27, 2013
The N.Y. POST’s Ken Davidoff writes of several MLB players speaking out on other players’ PED use: “The owners and the commissioner’s office used to drive the drug policy. Now they largely can sit back and watch the players duke it out as the union drives the policy into tougher realms” (N.Y. POST).
The SPORTING NEWS’ Bob Pockrass writes issues around the ’13 NASCAR Sprint Cup season “could have sent NASCAR into a deeper funk. Instead, NASCAR treaded water. In this day and age, that should be considered a success” (SPORTING NEWS).