This is a sad reflection on America's Past Time. So many of our young kids look up to baseball players. When baseball became big business and the money grew, so did the lies and deceit.
George Mitchell's report totaled 300 pages, plus many attachments, according to the person who read it. The sources of player names included Kirk Radomski, a former New York Mets clubhouse attendant who pleaded guilty to steroid offenses in April and says he supplied players with performance-enhancing drugs from 1995 to 2005, and a separate investigation led by the district attorney in Albany County, New York (source: International Herald Tribune)
The following is a summary of the names the report. (deadspin.com)
All the players listed in the section VIII. B.: "Information Regarding Purchases or Use of Performance Enhancing Substances by Players in Major League Baseball" (section 3 is "Radomski¹s Distribution of Performance Enhancing Substances to Major League Baseball Players")
Paul Lo Duca
Gary Bennett, Jr.
Section IX. B."Alleged Internet Purchases of Performance Enhancing Substances By Players in Major League Baseball"
Rick Ankiel, Paul Byrd, Jay Gibbons, Troy Glaus, Jose Guillen, Jerry Hairston, Jr., Gary Matthews, Jr., and Scott Schoeneweis, and former players David Bell, Jose Canseco, Jason Grimsley, Darren Holmes, John Rocker, Ismael Valdez, Matt Williams, and Steve Woodard."Again this is just said, I feel sorry for all the little league players who love the game and play with heart. just sad.