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Mitchell Report
Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 13 December 2007 09:37

Mitchell Report

NOTE: A leaked list of names was published prior, which had a number of players that are not part of the Mitchell Report. This list below is derived directly from the Mitchell Report.

(Read the Mitchell Report here

DISCLAIMER:

This list is based upon searches by Brown and Brent Gambill in separate cases. Gambill's searches yielded a Player Index, which lists all page numbers within the Mitchell Report for a particular player. This listing below has been reconciled with Gambill's listing and provides details on the context of player names within the Mitchell Report.

This list is now fully updated as of 9:50 ET, 12/14/07. We encourage those reading the list to point out errors or omissions by contacting us here.

Names Named (From Kirk Radomski):

  1. Lenny Dykstra
  2. David Segui
  3. Larry Bigbie
  4. Brian Roberts
  5. Jack Cust
  6. Tim Laker
  7. Josias Manzanillo
  8. Todd Hundley
  9. Mark Carreon
  10. Hal Morris
  11. Matt Franco
  12. Rondell White
  13. Roger Clemens
  14. Andy Pettitte
  15. Chuck Knoblauch
  16. Jason Grimsley
  17. Gregg Zaun
  18. David Justice
  19. F.P. Santangelo
  20. Glenallen Hill
  21. Mo Vaughn
  22. Denny Neagle
  23. Ron Villone
  24. Ryan Franklin
  25. Chris Donnels
  26. Todd Williams
  27. Phil Hiatt
  28. Todd Pratt
  29. Kevin Young
  30. Mike Lansing
  31. Cody McKay
  32. Kent Mercker
  33. Adam Piatt
  34. Miguel Tejada
  35. Jason Christiansen
  36. Mike Stanton
  37. Stephen Randolph
  38. Jerry Hairston  Jr.
  39. Paul Lo Duca
  40. Adam Riggs
  41. Bart Miadich
  42. Fernando Vina
  43. Kevin Brown
  44. Eric Gagné
  45. Mike Bell
  46. Matt Herges
  47. Gary Bennett  Jr.
  48. Jim Parque
  49. Brendan Donnelly
  50. Chad Allen
  51. Jeff Williams
  52. Howie Clark
  53. Exavier “Nook” Logan

(canceled check images at end of report as part of exhibits)

Current players named as part of Signature Pharmacy Investigation:

  1. Rick Ankiel  
  2. Paul Byrd  
  3. Jay Gibbons  
  4. Troy Glaus  
  5. Jose Guillen
  6. Jerry Hairston  Jr.  
  7. Gary Matthews  Jr.
  8. Scott Schoeneweis  

Former players named as part of Signature Pharmacy Investigation

  1. David Bell
  2. Jose Canseco  
  3. Jason Grimsley  
  4. Darren Holmes  
  5. John Rocker  
  6. Ismael Valdez  
  7. Matt Williams
  8. Steve Woodard

BALCO Listing:

  1. Barry Bonds
  2. Gary Sheffield
  3. Jason Giambi
  4. Jeremy Giambi
  5. Armando Rios
  6. Marvin Benard
  7. Bobby Estalella
  8. Benito Santiago
  9. Randy Velarde

Others:

  1. Manny Alexander (2000 - Was subjected to “reasonable cause” testing after Massachusetts state police discovered anabolic steroids and syringes in the glove compartment of his car, which he had loaned to a clubhouse attendant)
  2. Willie Aikens - (1983 - Referenced as part of four players with the Kansas City Royals that were arrested on cocaine related charges - Three of the players (Akiens, along with Jerry Martin, and Willie Wilson) pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession charges and were each sentenced to a fine and one-year imprisonment (with all but three months of those sentences suspended) (see Vida Blue entry for fourth player).
  3. Chad Allen - (former MLB player, and Radomski customer - Interviewed as part of Mitchell investigation - He states that human growth hormone is now the drug of choice for those players who can afford it because it is not detectable. He believes that Major League Baseball will always have a difficult time keeping up with drug developments because “there’s always someone ahead of the curve who knows that he will make a quick buck.”
  4. Steve Bechler - (Feb. 2003 - Referenced regarding death during Spring Training due to use of ephedra).
  5. Vida Blue - (1983 - Referenced as part of four players with the Kansas City Royals that were arrested on cocaine related charges. Was convicted, imprisoned, and fined in the Kansas City incident. Kuhn’s suspension of him for the 1984 season, followed by a two-year probationary period that included mandatory drug testing, was later upheld in arbitration, in part based on Blue’s alleged involvement in assisting other players to procure drugs).
  6. Ricky Bones - (June 2000 - Discovery of Steroids in Florida Marlins Player’s Locker - In late June 2000, a clubhouse attendant with the Florida Marlins brought a paper bag to the club’s athletic trainers that had been found in the locker of Marlins pitcher Ricky Bones. The bag contained over two dozen syringes, six vials of injectable medications – stanozolol and nandrolone decanoate, two anabolic steroids that are sold under the names Winstrol and Deca-Durabolin, respectively – and a page of handwritten instructions on how to administer the drugs. Soon thereafter, the athletic trainers returned the bag and its contents to
    Bones at his request.
  7. Alex Cabrera - (September 2000 - Shipment of Steroids to Arizona Clubhouse - Sometime in mid-September 2000, a clubhouse employee with the Arizona Diamondbacks discovered a bottle of anabolic steroids and several hundred pills in a package that had been mailed to the Diamondbacks’ ballpark in Phoenix. Clubhouse attendants knew that the package had been intended for Alex Cabrera, then a player on Arizona’s major league roster, who had been searching for the package for several days. They gave the box to the team’s athletic trainer and told Cabrera that the package probably had been lost).
  8. Ken Caminiti (multiple references)
  9. Paxton Crawford (2000, 2001 - Admitted to using steroids and human growth hormone while with the Red Sox. He described an incident in which syringes he had wrapped in a towel were spilled onto the floor of the Red Sox clubhouse, which he said caused laughter among his teammates. Declined request for interview, saying that he did not “do that stuff anymore,” that he was sorry he had used those substances in the past and that he just wanted to be left alone).
  10. Bartolo Colon (Summer of 2005 - Referenced as part of a Bill Shaikin article in the LA Times on trainer Angel “Nao” Presinal).
  11. Juan Encarnacion - (Referenced as part of trade from Dodgers to Marlins. The PED connection stems from Lo Duca being part of the trade).
  12. Juan Gonzalez (Canadian Border Service Seizure of Steroids in Toronto, October 2001)
  13. Ferguson Jenkins (Referenced as part of how his arbitration decision has played a role in the interpretation of a player’s rights during an investigatory interview).
  14. Ryan Jorgenson (Sept. 2007 - Referenced - Cincinnati Reds catcher Ryan Jorgenson suspended for 50 games based on non-analytic evidence that he had violated the joint program). 
  15. Wally Joyner (mentions trying PEDs three times before quiting).
  16. Matt Karchner (Former MLB player for the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox in 1999 and 2000. Interviewed by Mitchell investigation. Karchner said that during spring training in 1999, he observed two of his Chicago Cubs teammates inject themselves with steroids in an apartment that Karchner was sharing with them. Karchner declined to identify the players. He said that one of the players brought the
    steroids to the apartment but was afraid of needles and therefore asked the second player to
    administer the shot. The second player injected the first player with steroids in the buttocks and
    then injected himself).
  17. Jerry Martin (1983 - Referenced as part of four players with the Kansas City Royals that were arrested on cocaine related charges - Three of the players (Martin, along with Willie Aikens, and Willie Wilson) pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession charges and were each sentenced to a fine and one-year imprisonment (with all but three months of those sentences suspended) (see Vida Blue entry for fourth player).
  18. Mark McGwire (mentioned in regards to congressional hearings and not replying to requests for interviews)
  19. Guillermo Mota (Referenced as part of trade from Dodgers to Marlins. The PED connection stems from Lo Duca being part of the trade).
  20. Daniel Naulty - (1996 and 1999 - Former Minnesota Twin and the New York Yankee - Interviewed as part of Mitchell investigation - During his telephone interview, Naulty admitted to using steroids, on and off, for seven years, and human growth hormone for one year. Naulty used performance enhancing substances while playing in both Major League Baseball and in the minor leagues).
  21. Rafael Palmeiro (Reference to request for interviews)
  22. Pascual Perez (1984 - Former Atlanta Brave - Referenced regarding arbitration decision issued in April 1984, the arbitrators overturned a one-month suspension of Atlanta Braves pitcher Pascual Perez that had been imposed by Commissioner Kuhn after Perez was released from a three-month imprisonment in the
    Dominican Republic for possession of cocaine).
  23. Sammy Sosa (only in reference to request for interviews)
  24. Mike Spinelli (Article reference - Alan Truex, The Creatine Craze / Steroids Mortgage Future for Muscles, Glory, Hous. Chron., Aug. 11, 1998, at A1. - Former Boston Red Sox minor
    league player, admitted his use of steroids and was quoted as having said: “I just thank God I was able to get out of this . . . before it killed me.”)
  25. Mike Judd - (Former Dodger. Report references him during his time with AAA Albuquerque Dukes. - Todd Seyler, strength and conditioning coach for the Dukes mentions five Duke players using (Matt Herges, Paul Lo Duca, Jeff Williams, Mike Judd, and Ricky Stone)
  26. Ricky Stone - (Former Astro. Report references him during his time with AAA Albuquerque Dukes. - Todd Seyler, strength and conditioning coach for the Dukes mentions five Duke players using (Matt Herges, Paul Lo Duca, Jeff Williams, Mike Judd, and Ricky Stone)
  27. Willie Wilson - (1983 - Referenced as part of four players with the Kansas City Royals that were arrested on cocaine related charges - Three of the players (Wilson, along with Jerry Martin, and Willie Wilson) pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession charges and were each sentenced to a fine and one-year imprisonment (with all but three months of those sentences suspended) (see Vida Blue entry for fourth player).

Names that ARE NOT in the Report, but were in leaked "list":

  1. Nomar Garciaparra
  2. Jeff Bagwell 
  3. Brady Anderson
  4. Bret Boone
  5. Johnny Damon
  6. Carl Everett
  7. Kyle Farnsworth 
  8. Aaron Boone 
  9. Rafael Bettancourt
  10. Milton Bradley
  11. Dante Bichette
  12. Albert Belle
  13. Wil Cordero 
  14. Mike Cameron
  15. Ramon Castro 
  16. Wilson Delgado
  17. Rich Garces 
  18. Clay Hensley 
  19. Felix Heredia 
  20. Darryl Kile
  21. Matt Lawton
  22. Raul Mondesi 
  23. Robert Machado
  24. Damian Moss
  25. Abraham Nunez
  26. Trot Nixon
  27. Jose Offerman
  28. Mark Prior
  29. Neifi Perez
  30. Albert Pujols
  31. Juan Rincon
  32. Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez
  33. Alex Sanchez
  34. Fernando Tatis
  35. Jason Varitek
  36. Kerry Wood
  37. Ozzie Canseco

Maury Brown

Maury Brown is the founder and president of the Business of Sports Network, which includes The Biz of Baseball, The Biz of Football and The Biz of Basketball (The Biz of Hockey will be launching shortly). He is also an author for Baseball Prospectus, Basketball Prospectus and is an available writer for other media outlets.

Brown's full bio is here. He looks forward to your comments via email and can be contacted through the Business of Sports Network.

 
 
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