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FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal weighs in on the MLB's decision to test minor leaguers for HGH.
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Hi I'm Bryan Webber -- please be joined by foxsports.com. Senior baseball writer Ken Rosenthal -- news today that baseball will begin random blood testing a minor leaguers for HGH. How big of an impact you think this is gonna have on the game. Bryant will have an immediate impact on the minor leagues. In fact after this announcement today I received an email from an executive who said -- This is big news there are a lot of minor leaguers who surely are using HGH. Who had no idea this was coming who thought they were safe and now. They're not going to be so safe do you think we'll actually see this kind of testing in the major lyrics well the union issued a statement today and keep in mind is a big difference between the majors in the minors in the minors are not protected by. The Major League Baseball Players Association. With the union said was that they will not be. Ready to approve such a test Angeles scientifically validated. And until they are assured it can be administered safely without interfering with the players' abilities to compete. That day is still a ways away because these tests are somewhat controversial there's not anything definitive that says yes this is the test let's get it done. But the union is continuing to talk with baseball about this they're listening baseball is trying to get the test to the point where hey. It can be scientifically validated and if that day comes you'll see tested. So this could be another issue in the this TBA down the road could -- nets blood blueboard absolutely -- as always we appreciate the insides don't forget the foxsports.com. As you cover for all your baseball needs four Q I'm Brian. We'll see you next time. Faster stronger smartest. Fantasy football played today stocks dot com slash -- --