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MLB Players, Owners Ignored Banned Drug Use

Major League Baseball players are likely to respond with anger over the new report about steroid use in baseball, and make claims of hearsay. The report by former Sen. George Mitchell comes after a 20-month investigation. The league's commissioners, club officials, and players knew what was going on and turned their backs because they liked the statistics: homeruns, sold-out stadiums, etc. But they now support the report because they're embarrassed.

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Every week since 1988, Morning Edition listeners have tuned in to hear reports and commentaries on events such as the NBA Finals, Wimbledon, the NFL playoffs, the MLB All-Star game and the U.S. Open golf championship from award-winning author John Feinstein. He has also contributed to The Washington Post and Sporting News Radio since 1992, America Online since 2000 and Golf Digest and Gold World since 2003.
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