It looks like business is about to pick up -- real soon. According to the New York Daily News, Major League Baseball has the Mitchell Report...
Major League Baseball officials are reviewing George Mitchell's long-anticipated steroid report at the former Senate majority leader's law offices, 21 months after commissioner Bud Selig asked Mitchell to investigate the use of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball.
Officials arrived at Mitchell's Manhattan office Tuesday, according to sources familiar with the investigation who asked not to be identified because of the sensitivity of the topic, and began what is believed to be a 48-hour review period before Mitchell releases the report on Thursday. The report is believed to contain the names of 60-80 former and current players, according to sources, and is based in large part on information provided to Mitchell by former clubhouse attendant Kirk Radomski.
"We cannot comment on anything," MLB spokesman Rich Levin said.
MLB officials were reviewing the information in the report to make sure there are no disclosures of confidential information that would violate the collective bargaining agreement.
Mitchell is expected to hold a press conference following the release of the report.
We shall see what happens; however, in the meantime, how many Red Sox or Yankees do you expect to see in the Mitchell Report?