Lead Of The Year, Courtesy of Bloomberg And Clemens

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Larry Siddons of Bloomberg News owes me a Pepsi Throwback, because I just spit mine out all over my monitor after reading his lead.

May 12 (Bloomberg) -- The suspension of All-Star outfielder Manny Ramirez for violating Major League Baseball's drug rules shows the sport's anti-doping program is working, according to Roger Clemens[.]

Sammy Sosa was also recently heard praising the changes to MLB's corked bat policy.

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Manny should have waited to come off his 'roids cycle in mid-July like Clemens.

What's up with the people in the back of the ad for drug testing I used? I can only assume most drug testing doesn't require hospitalization. Good use of stock photography, guys.

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