Tom Verducci

Sports Illustrated

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Senior baseball writer for Sports Illustrated

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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. …

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. …

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