MLB contributes to Hall's new education program
NEW YORK (AP) Major League Baseball is supporting the Hall of Fame's new education program that encourages people to avoid performance-enhancing drugs.
Commissioner Bud Selig said Tuesday that MLB had made a contribution to the Hall's program that begins this weekend. The amount was not disclosed.
The Hall's BASE program is for young athletes, along with all others, and wants participants to sign a pledge to play and live without PEDs.
Updated August 7, 2012