THERE WAS A LOT of talk in the 1990s about so-called "juiced" baseballs. What else could explain the increase in the number and distance of home runs hit since the 1994 Major League Baseball strike?
Turns out, more attention should've been paid to juiced players than juiced baseballs.
Former Sen. George Mitchell's long-awaited report on the use of performance-enhancing drugs is a reality check for wanna-be superstars. The 311-page report details which players reportedly used the drugs and how the drugs were obtained. It also gives recommendations on how to address the problem.