“The List,” the document with the 100 names of players who tested positive for steroids? Yep, destroy it and all the other information seized during the Bay Area Laboratory Co-operative raids of 2003.
“We have always believed that the seizures were improper and violated the rights of the players [and the players union],” union executive director Michael Weiner told The New York Times. “The courts have agreed. This is a significant victory for our members.”
Mr. Scapegoat’s positive tests will be saved to use at his trial, which begins in March in San Francisco. But the rest of you guys: yeah, off the hook.
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