Clemens, Pettite, Bonds, among several in Mitchell steroid report

NEW YORK (AP) -- Roger Clemens, Andy Pettitte and Miguel Tejada are among those named in the long-awaited Mitchell Report on drug use in baseball.

There's an All-Star roster linked to steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs that put a question mark next to some of baseball's biggest moments.

Home run king Barry Bonds, already under indictment on charges of lying to a federal grand jury about steroids, also shows up in baseball's most infamous lineup since the Black Sox scandal.

The report culminates a 20-month investigation by former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell. He was hired by commissioner Bud Selig to examine the Steroids Era.

It's uncertain whether the report will result in any penalties or suspensions.

Selig plans to hold a news conference later this afternoon to address the report.

Complete coverage on Volunteer TV News First at 4:00, and local reaction tonight at 5:30.

A complete list of players mentioned in the report follows:

Jason Grimsley
Ryan Jorgenson
Jay Gibbons
Jose Guillen
Jose Canseco
Ken Caminiti
Barry Bonds
Glenallen Hill
Manny Alexander
Lenny Dykstra
Wally Joyner
Mark McGwire
Mike Spinelli
Ricky Bones
Alex Cabrera
Juan Gonzalez
Rafael Palmeiro
Miguel Tejada
David Segui
Paxton Crawford
Jason Giambi
Jeremy Giambi
Armando Rios
Gary Sheffield
Benito Santiago
Marvin Benard
Randy Velarde
Bobby Estalella
Larry Bigbie
Brian Roberts
Jack Cust
Tim Laker
Josias Manzanillo
Todd Hundley
Mark Carreon
Hal Morris
Matt Franco
Rondell White
Roger Clemens (215)
Andy Pettitte
Chuck Knoblauch
Gregg Zaun
David Justice (229)
F.P. Santangelo
Mo Vaughn
Denny Neagle
Ron Villone
Ryan Franklin
Chris Donnels
Todd Williams
Phil Hiatt
Todd Pratt
Kevin Young
Mike Lansing
Cody McKay
Kent Mercker
Adam Piatt
Jason Christiansen
Mike Stanton
Stephen Randolph
Jerry Hairston, Jr.
Paul Lo Duca
Adam Riggs
Bart Miadich
Fernando Vina
Kevin Brown
Eric Gagne
Mike Bell
Matt Herges
Gary Bennett, Jr.
Jim Parque
Brendan Donnelly
Chad Allen
Jeff Williams
Howie Clark
"Nook" Logan
Daniel Naulty
Rick Ankiel
Paul Byrd
Troy Glaus
Scott Shoeneweis
Darren Holmes
John Rocker
Ismael Valdez
Matt Williams
Steve Woodard


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  • by bill Location: sevierville on Dec 13, 2007 at 06:44 PM
    THE GAME WAS WAS ALREADY TARNISHED BECAUSE OF THERE STRIKES. THIS IS THE ICING ON THE CAKE. NOT ONLY SHOULD THE COMMISSIONER STEP UP AND SUSPEND THEM BUT TAKE AWAY ALL RECORDS AND AWARDS. THE OWNERS NEEDS TO STEP UP AS WELL AND TAKE AWAY A PERCENTAGE OF SALARYS EARNED AND ALL BONUS'S
  • by roger Location: knoxville on Dec 13, 2007 at 05:20 PM
    Kill all out of baseball.

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