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Mitchell Report Coverage

Here's a list of Major League Baseball players listed in the Mitchell Report. Each section is alphabetized. A list of major award winners and All-Stars on the list is included.

The following players were connected to steroids, either use or possession, in the report:

  • Chad Allen
  • Mike Bell
  • Gary Bennett
  • Larry Bigbie
  • Ricky Bones
  • Kevin Brown
  • Ken Caminiti
  • Mark Carreon
  • Jason Christiansen
  • Howie Clark
  • Roger Clemens
  • Paxton Crawford
  • Jack Cust
  • Brendan Donnelly
  • Chris Donnels
  • Lenny Dykstra
  • Matt Franco
  • Ryan Franklin
  • Eric Gagne
  • Jason Grimsley
  • Jerry Hairston
  • Phil Hiatt
  • Matt Herges
  • Glenallen Hill
  • Todd Hundley
  • Ryan Jorgensen
  • Wally Joyner
  • Mike Judd
  • David Justice
  • Chuck Knoblauch
  • Tim Laker
  • Mike Lansing
  • Paul Lo Duca
  • Exavier "Nook" Logan
  • Josias Manzanillo
  • Cody McKay
  • Kent Mercker
  • Bart Miadich
  • Hal Morris
  • Daniel Naulty
  • Denny Neagle
  • Rafael Palmeiro
  • Jim Parque
  • Luis Perez
  • Andy Pettitte
  • Adam Piatt
  • Todd Pratt
  • Stephen Randolph
  • Adam Riggs
  • Brian Roberts
  • F.P. Santangelo
  • David Segui
  • Mike Stanton
  • Ricky Stone
  • Miguel Tejada
  • Derrick Turnbow
  • Mo Vaughn
  • Ron Villone
  • Fernando Vina
  • Rondell White
  • Jeff Williams
  • Todd Williams
  • Kevin Young
• Gregg Zaun

The following players were cited under "Alleged Internet Purchases of Performance Enhancing Substances By Players in Major League Baseball" in the report:

  • Rick Ankiel
  • David Bell
  • Paul Byrd
  • Jose Canseco
  • Jay Gibbons
  • Troy Glaus
  • Jose Guillen
  • Darren Holmes
  • Gary Matthews Jr.
  • John Rocker
  • Scott Schoeneweis
  • Ismael Valdez
  • Matt Williams
• Steve Woodard

The following players were linked through BALCO in the report:

  • Marvin Benard
  • Barry Bonds
  • Bobby Estalella
  • Jason Giambi
  • Jeremy Giambi
  • Benito Santiago
  • Gary Sheffield
• Randy Velarde

Award winners and All-Stars on list:

  • Barry Bonds - 14 ASG (7 NL MVPs)
  • Roger Clemens - 11 ASG (7 Cy Youngs, 1986 AL MVP)
  • Gary Sheffield - 9 ASG
  • Kevin Brown - 6 ASG
  • Jose Canseco - 6 ASG (1986 ROY, 1988 AL MVP)
  • Jason Giambi - 5 ASG (2000 AL MVP)
  • Benito Santiago - 5 ASG (1987 NL ROY)
  • Matt Williams - 5 ASG
  • Troy Glaus - 4 ASG
  • Chuck Knoblauch - 4 ASG (1991 AL ROY)
  • Paul Lo Duca - 4 ASG
  • Rafael Palmeiro - 4 ASG
  • Miguel Tejada - 4 ASG (2002 AL MVP)
  • Ken Caminiti - 3 ASG (1996 NL MVP)
  • Lenny Dykstra - 3 ASG
  • Eric Gagne - 3 ASG (2003 NL Cy Young)
  • David Justice - 3 ASG (1990 NL ROY)
  • Mo Vaughn - 3 ASG (1995 AL MVP)
  • Todd Hundley - 2 ASG
  • Denny Neagle - 2 ASG
  • Andy Pettitte - 2 ASG
  • Brian Roberts - 2 ASG
  • Ricky Bones - 1 ASG
  • Paul Byrd - 1 ASG
  • Brendan Donnelly - 1 ASG
  • Wally Joyner - 1 ASG
  • Gary Matthews Jr. - 1 ASG
  • Mike Stanton - 1 ASG
  • Derrick Turnbow - 1 ASG
  • Fernando Vina - 1 ASG
• Rondell White - 1 ASG

Read the entire report by clicking this link. www.cbsnews.com/htdocs/pdf/mitchrpt.pdf

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