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I have been looking forward to this day for awhile now, since I am studying sports management and I will be defenatly reading the report over my christmas break.
I personally agree with Mitchell on that the players that were named within the report should not be punished for their actions. I agree with this because MLB and the MLBPA turned a blind eye to all of this and have not "upgraded" their testing standards to be able to test the non-dected growth hormons. However, as it goes for recognizing these players in the Hall of fame or other "record breaking stats", i am not sure how the MLB should deal with this. Maybe it should be left alone because of the fact again, MLB is partially to blaim for their players using drugs, who knows. Lastly, I agree with Mitchell on that we should not focus on the names (even though everyone will for the first few days) and hopefully people will embrace his recomedations on how to clean up the game, and hopefully lead the way on combating PEDs for professional sports organizations.
Paul byrd?? thats not legit, he had perscribed meds that a doctor gave him from a surgery