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The 2003 Steroid Tests: Is It Time to Release The Entire List?

Published by on June 16, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

When Alex Rodriguez's name was linked to a 2003 list of players who had tested positive for performance enhancing drugs during the survey testing that season, it sparked a media frenzy that even the Mitchell Report couldn't touch.

There is a reason Selena Roberts didn't write a book about Jason Grimsley, Chuck Knoblauch or any of the others who were named in the report, even though many had hard evidence linking them to steroid or HGH use: The Public doesn't care about non-stars.

Because the Mitchell Report provided a fairly unsatisfying list of players (no Bonds, Sosa, Palmero, Rodriguez, Pujols, Ortiz or Manny), there is a huge incentive to find other documents linking these players and other superstars to the forb...

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