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Gary Sheffield, Four Former Tigers Named In Mitchell Report

The much anticipated (for a variety of reasons) Mitchell Report was put out yesterday and at least in my opinion, it didn’t live up to the hype.  Most of the report centered around Kurt Radomski’s testimony and while he had evidence, you’re talking about a lot of fringe players to go along with a few stars and one Hall of Famer.

The big name on the Tigers was Gary Sheffield but he’s already admitted his use so that wasn’t a huge surprise.  Fernando Vina, Rondell White, Nook Logan and Hal Morris although Morris’ purchase was when he was with the Reds where as the other three players were linked to steroids while with the Tigers.

Nook Logan is probably the most interesting case and when you combine his instance with the suspension of Alex Sanchez a few years back (he had just been cut by the Tigers) you have a couple of guys who break the stereotype.  That should make everything think who’s a potential steroid user (which really could be just about anybody).

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