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  1. 12 Dec '07 19:00
    With the Mitchell report being released soon, I think it is really interesting to see if different teams react differently. Baltimore just unloaded Tejada, a guy often rumored to have been involved for 5 minor leagers. I think steriods/ steriod accusations majorly effected his trade value.

    Bonds is still a free agent and countless others are expected to to be named. I am curious to see if/ how it effects trades and free agency.
  2. 12 Dec '07 19:13 / 1 edit
    I am also very interested. The report will also be available on mlb.com
  3. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    13 Dec '07 14:02
    5 hours from now! Who's name will break your heart?

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  4. 13 Dec '07 14:28
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    5 hours from now! Who's name will break your heart?

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    Nomar. I hope not.......expect to see the phony traitor Clemens on the list.
  5. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    13 Dec '07 14:40
    Why baseball is willing to immolate itself over this non-issue is a mystery to me. If players are breaking the current rules, discipline them, but this "naming and shaming" of players who allegedly did something that wasn't against the rules 5-10 years ago is a farce.
  6. 13 Dec '07 14:45
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    5 hours from now! Who's name will break your heart?

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    George Bell. :'(
  7. Subscriber no1marauder
    It's Nice to Be Nice
    13 Dec '07 14:46
    Originally posted by Phlabibit
    5 hours from now! Who's name will break your heart?

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    Cupid.
  8. 13 Dec '07 14:47
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Cupid.
    Ted Williams' head. :'(:'(
  9. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    13 Dec '07 15:40
    I'd laugh if Roger Clemens is on it... Dirty SOB Yankee loving grandfather!

    I fear Manram or Ortiz might be on the list.

    If Super Kurt is on it... he's got some blogging to do!

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  10. 13 Dec '07 16:06
    To be honest, I can't imagine Clemens not being on the list. Of the Red Sox mentioned I would guess Manny is the least likely to be on the list, but we shall see.
  11. 13 Dec '07 16:09
    Originally posted by no1marauder
    Why baseball is willing to immolate itself over this non-issue is a mystery to me. If players are breaking the current rules, discipline them, but this "naming and shaming" of players who allegedly did something that wasn't against the rules 5-10 years ago is a farce.
    Drugs were still against the law and it gives an unfair competitive advantage. Bonds home run record is a joke. I am glad baseball will no longer push it under the rug.

    The players cannot claim innocence. Who gets steriods from an on-line perscription perscribed by a dentist? Who lets another guy shoot B-12 into the rear end? The excuses are so stupid it is comical.
  12. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    13 Dec '07 16:19
    Originally posted by poundlee
    To be honest, I can't imagine Clemens not being on the list. Of the Red Sox mentioned I would guess Manny is the least likely to be on the list, but we shall see.
    Roger is already reported as on the list... breaking news about an hour ago. I was being a gerk.

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  13. 13 Dec '07 16:54
    If varitek is on the list, they should take away his capitan status.
  14. 13 Dec '07 16:56
    Originally posted by poundlee
    If varitek is on the list, they should take away his capitan status.
    Or at least state the 'C' now stands for CHEAT.
  15. Standard member Phlabibit
    Mystic Meg
    13 Dec '07 16:59
    Originally posted by poundlee
    If varitek is on the list, they should take away his capitan status.
    Now THAT is a name on the list that would break my little baseball heart.

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