Second try; @#$%ing Blogger ate the first draft.
I've been watching the Congressional hearings on steroids in baseball. The players are just now starting to testify. The previous panel, made up of medical and scientific professionals and of parents who had lost sons to steroid abuse, was quite interesting. At times, the testimony was a bit contentious, especially between Major League Baseball's medical advisor and Rep. Waxman of California. Sammy Sosa has just made his statement, and now Mark McGwire is giving his. He seems a bit choked up by the testimony of the parents whose sons committed suicide while on steroids.
It will be interesting to see what comes out of all of this. The last panel's testimony may be the most contentious of all, when MLB Commissioner Bud Selig and other front office executives are called before the Congress. It all makes for riveting television if you're a baseball fan.