Bud Selig: No Releasing Drug List
And the Courts Agree
Somebody seems to be out to get MLB Commissioner Bud Selig.
The infamous list of 104 Major League Baseball players who allegedly tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs in 2003 is not supposed to be released. But almost like someone repeatedly knicking you with paper cuts, names and info is leaking out...which has some people speculating that the whole list should just be released.
Even Milwaukee baseball legend Hank Aaron speculated that when he attended the Hall Of Fame ceremonies in Cooperstown, which seemed a little odd...since it runs contrary to the stance his good friend Bud Selig has taken.
So recently I caught up with the Commish for his first comments on releasing the list. Click on the video link. With Bud's comments and an appeals court ruling this week that federal agents were wrong to seize the infamous drug list in the first place, I wouldn't expect the whole thing to be officially released any time soon.
Are you ok with this, or should the list be released, even though you can't do it legally? Emails welcome at email@example.com