The World Anti-Doping Agency has advised Major League Baseball to use an outside testing agency for performance-enhancing drugs, according to the Associated Press. "The message to the average person is very clear: How can you trust in-house [testing]?" WADA President John Fahey said at the Olympic Museum during a symposium. "If you really are serious about eliminating a problem in your sport, then you really could not argue against independent testing," Fahey added.