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Mitchell Report
Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 18 December 2007 13:49

MitchellThe fallout from the Mitchell Report continues as Buster Olney of ESPN is reporting that MLB will request interviews with 14 players listed in the report that have been accused by sources in the of using PEDs after MLB instituted mandatory testing for steroids and other performance-enhancing substances in 2004.

(See more articles in our Special: Mitchell Report section)

Those players are:

  1. Rondell White
  2. Larry Bigbie
  3. Ron Villone
  4. Ryan Franklin
  5. Cody McKay
  6. Stephen Randolph
  7. Jerry Hairston Jr.
  8. Paul Lo Duca
  9. Bart Miadich
  10. Eric Gagne
  11. Matt Herges
  12. Brandon Donnelly
  13. Howie Clark
  14. “Nook” Logan

It should be noted that Ryan Franklin was suspended 10-days in 2005 (the timeframe for a first time violation of MLB’s drug policy, at the time), and that Brandon Donnelly has denied using any PEDs. For how any suspensions might be doled out, read, Guillen & Gibbons Suspensions Prelude to Mitchell Report 

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