Familiar Name On Infamous List

Haugsted, Linda; Spangler, Todd
December 2007
Multichannel News;12/17/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 50, p4
The article reports that the name of Brian Roberts was included in former U.S. Senator George Mitchell's list of Major League baseball players who have used performance-enhancing drugs. Roberts, however, was defended by "The Baltimore Sun" columnist Rick Maese, who belittled Mitchell's basis in including Roberts in his list.


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