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I wouldn't tar the entire newspaper with the same brush; its Murray Chass, which shouldn't be surprising. By the way, how does Murray Chass know that steroids - using that term to encompass all performance enhancing drugs - haven't killed a major leaguer? Does anyone expect a grieving family to come out and say that the player died from performance enhancers? And destroy their legacy - i.e., the relentless sportscenter tributes and uniform patches? Oh, and the guy in St. Louis didn't die of alcohol, he died as a result of a side effect. So if some major leaguer dies from a performance enhancer side effect, say in his sleep from a coronary like so many professional cyclists, do we expect a finding of performance enhancers? No, but I'm sure we'd get an indignant editorial from Chass about MLB's lack of focus on the cheeseburger problem.

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