FROM Tom Verducci
Senator George Mitchell's Report on Steroids in Baseball Advance word was that 80 Major League Baseball players would be linked to drug use by name in today's long-awaited report from former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell. Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig appointed Mitchell to investigate the use of steroids and performance-enhancing drugs by players. When Mitchell unveiled his report, he said that he'd invited each player named in the report to respond to allegations, but that they'd all declined. Tom Verducci is Senior Baseball writer for Sports Illustrated .
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