NY Times Blasts Mitchell Report

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Roger Clemens is the highlight of the Mitchell report, but the most glaring aspect of the deficient report, to this reader, is how poor a job Mitchell and his investigators did investigating the use of steroids in baseball during the last decade or two.

Some readers of the report questioned the need for identifying players and I might be among that group. But in opting to name players, Mitchell demonstrated that his 20-month investigation wasna€™t much of an investigation at all.

For the $20 million that the investigation was reported to have cost, Major League Baseball got 20 recommendations from Mitchell a€" $1 million a recommendation, $1 million a month. But the names? Mitchell uncovered few on his own. [LINK]

If it weren’t a New York publication… I could hand it some credibility.

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Posted: December 19th, 2007
at 9:25am by Black Ock


Categories: not ninja-worthy,games,fo' real?

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