Managers named in Mitchell report may not be fined by Selig

Updated: April 24, 2008, 9:53 PM ET
Associated Press

NEW YORK -- Baseball management officials implicated in the Mitchell report apparently will escape suspensions and fines.

Speaking Thursday at his annual meeting with the Associated Press Sports Editors, baseball commissioner Bud Selig indicated public service will be required of officials found to have acted improperly.

As part of Selig's announcement April 11 that players wouldn't be disciplined, management and the players' association agreed that players will join Major League Baseball ...

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