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C.J. Wilson hopes tougher sanctions put 'padlock' on steroid era
C.J. Wilson hopes tougher sanctions put 'padlock' on steroid era

On the day baseball once again toughened its drug policy, Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson said he hoped the latest revisions might put a stop to the use of performance-enhancing drugs within the sport. "Hopefully, this is really a padlock that kind of closes this chapter," said Wilson, the Angels' player representative. "I don't really want to keep going through this." Although news reports focused on the increased suspension -- 80 games for a first offense and 162 for a second offense, up from 50 and 100 games, respectively -- Wilson said he believed the increased frequency of testing would have a more significant impact. Random tests will more than double...

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