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I'm must admit that I do not understand legal things and all but does MLB have the right to subpoena anything? I thought only legal bodies did. Or is subpoena a more general term?
You can always file a motion to quash the subpoena/depo notice.
If Gonzalez was tested after the article came out, isn't it likely that the others mentioned were, too? And despite MLB's program leaking like a sieve, there hasn't been a word about any positive tests.
If Bud Selig has subpoena power now I think it's officially time to over-turn the Patriot Act.
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