The Mitchell Report Released: Final Player List

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The Mitchell Report Released: Final Player List

The Mitchell report has been released. You can view the PDF report at MLB.com.

As expected, the report is a lengthy 409 pages.

The following table lists all the players, 88 in total, linked to performance enhancing drugs in the Mitchell Report. The page numbers represent the page number in the actual Mitchell Report, while the numbers in parentheses indicate the page number in the PDF version linked to above.

The mention of Sammy Sosa seems very out of place. Mitchell didn’t cite any evidence against Sosa, but included his name as an example of a players sent a letter asking specific questions about drug use. The other players mentioned in the same breath as Sosa had significant evidence detailed in the report (see note below).

Summary and Recommendations (3)
Ryan Jorgenson Page SR-14 (22)
Mark McGwire Page SR-14 (22), 16 (64), 22 (70),
Ken Caminiti Page SR-14 (22), 51 (99)
IV. Early Indications of Steroid Use in Baseball (1988 to August 1998) (1)
Wally Joyner Page 73 (121)
V. Androstenedione and Baseball’s Broadening Awareness of the Use of Performance Enhancing Substances (1)
Derrick Turnbow Page 83 (131)
VI. Incidents Providing Evidence to Baseball Officials of Players’ Possession or Use of Performance Enhancing Substances (6)
Manny Alexander Page 91 (139)
Sammy Sosa* Page 85 (133)
Ricky Bones Page 92 (140)
Alex Cabrera Page 94 (142)
Rafael Palmeiro Page 103 (151)
Paxton Crawford Page 111 (159)
VII. Major League Baseball and the BALCO Investigation (8)
Marvin Benard Page 127 (175)
Barry Bonds Page 128 (176)
Bobby Estalella Page 130 (178)
Jason Giambi Page 131 (179)
Jeremy Giambi Page 133 (175)
Benito Santiago Page 134 (176)
Gary Sheffield Page 135 (177)
Randy Velarde Page 137 (179)
B. Information Regarding Purchases or Use of Performance Enhancing Substances by Players in Major League Baseball (54)
Lenny Dykstra Page 149 (197)
David Segui Page 150 (198)
Larry Bigbie Page 152 (200)
Brian Roberts Page 158 (206)
Jack Cust Page 159 (207)
Tim Laker Page 159 (207)
Josias Manzanillo Page 161 (209)
Todd Hundley Page 163 (211)
Mark Carreon Page 163 (211)
Hal Morris Page 164 (212)
Matt Franco Page 165 (213)
Rondell White Page 165 (213)
Roger Clemens Page 166 (214)
Andy Pettitte Page 175 (223)
Chuck Knobloch Page 175 (223)
Jason Grimsley Page 177 (225), 249 (297)
Gregg Zaun Page 179 (227)
David Justice Page 181 (229)
F.P. Santangelo Page 182 (230)
Glenallen Hill Page 183 (231)
Mo Vaughn Page 186 (234)
Denny Neagle Page 187 (235)
Ron Villone Page 188 (236)
Ryan Franklin Page 190 (238)
Chris Donnels Page 190 (238)
Todd Williams Page 194 (242)
Phil Hiatt Page 194 (242)
Todd Pratt Page 195 (243)
Kevin Young Page 195 (243)
Mike Lansing Page 196 (244)
Cody McKay Page 197 (245)
Kent Mercker Page 198 (246)
Adam Piatt Page 199 (247)
Miguel Tejada Page 201 (249)
Jason Christiansen Page 205 (253)
Mike Stanton Page 205 (253)
Stephen Randolph Page 206 (254)
Jerry Hairston, Jr. Page 207 (255)
Paul Lo Duca Page 208 (256)
Adam Riggs Page 211 (259)
Bart Miadich Page 212 (260)
Fernando Vina Page 213 (261)
Kevin Brown Page 214 (262)
Eric Gagne Page 217 (265)
Mike Bell Page 219 (267)
Matt Herges Page 221 (269)
Gary Bennett, Jr. Page 222 (270)
Jim Parque Page 223 (271)
Brendan Donnelly Page 224 (272)
Chad Allen Page 225 (273)
Jeff Williams Page 227 (275)
Howie Clark Page 228 (276)
Nook Logan Page 229 (277)
Dan Naulty Page 232 (280)
IX. The Threat Posed By Internet Sales of Steroids and Human Growth Hormone (15)
Rick Ankiel Page 243 (291)
David Bell Page 244 (292)
Paul Byrd Page 245 (293)
Jose Canseco Page 246 (294)
Jay Gibbons Page 247 (295)
Troy Glaus Page 248 (296)
Jose Guillen Page 249 (297)
Jerry Hairston, Jr. Page 251 (299)
Darren Holmes Page 251 (299)
Gary Matthews, Jr. Page 252 (300)
John Rocker Page 254 (302)
Scott Schoenweis Page 254 (302)
Ismael Valdez Page 255 (303)
Matt Williams Page 255 (302)
Steve Woodard Page 257 (304)

*Sammy Sosa is mentioned only in passing in section 6 (VI). While discussing Mark McGwire’s lack of cooperation, Mitchell chose to note that he sent similar letters to McGwire, Sosa, Bonds, Sheffield and Palmeiro with specific questions about whether or not the player had used performance enhancing drugs without a prescription.

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