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The New York Post is reporting that Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Jason Giambi, Gary Sheffield and Andy Pettitte are some of the names included on George Mitchell’s steroid investigation.
Mitchell is currently addressing the media on his 300+ page report. He said today, “Each of the 30 clubs had a player or players involved in taking illegal substances.”
The Boston Globe is reporting that Miguel Tejada and former Red Sox pitcher Eric Gagne are also included in the report.
Official Mitchell Report direct from MLB.
Red Sox players listed in report: Mo Vaughn, Chris Donnels, Mike Lansing, Kent Merker, Mike Stanton, Eric Gagne, Brendan Donnelly, Steve Woodard.
Note: Varitek and Tavarez are not listed as previously reported.
Besides Clemens and Pettitte, other ex-Yankees named include Mike Stanton, Chuck Knoblauch and Jason Grimsley. Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts also is in the report, as is Yankees and Braves postseason hero David Justice.
Other players include: Mo Vaughn, Paul Lo Duca, Eric Gagne, Glenallen Hill, Gregg Zaun, Rondell White, Hal Morris, Todd Hundley, Larry Bigbie, Lenny Dykstra, David Segui, Matt Herges, Kevin Brown, Mike Lansing, Wally Joyner, Nook Logan and Randy Velarde.