Year later, Mitchell wouldn't change report, thinks drug use down in MLB
NEW YORK -- Nearly one year later, George Mitchell wouldn't change a word of his report.
His investigation of drugs in baseball tarnished the reputation of Roger Clemens and dozens of other players, led to a toughened drug agreement and created an impression that clubhouses were teeming with performance-enhancers.
"The impression I get is that it's had a significant impact of reducing usage, although that still remains very difficult to measure with any complete precision," ...
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