As the steward of the Los Angeles Dodgers, I am steadfast in the belief that performance-enhancing drugs have no place in baseball. The Dodgers have supported and fully cooperated with this investigation, initiated by the commissioner and conducted by Senator Mitchell. We wholeheartedly support Commissioner Selig’s efforts to rid the game of these substances and we commend Senator Mitchell on a thorough investigation. Our commitment to our fans during our stewardship has been and always will be to do everything in our power to maintain the game’s integrity.A couple things: Mc Cheap seems to enjoy the word Steward & why is it that nobody has read this thing yet? Bud Selig got the report 3 days before anybody else and said he hadn't read it yet. Now, Mc Cheap says he hasn't read the report in it's entirety. Here's a suggestion, "Steward" of the Dodgers, take 15 minutes out from trying to woo the NFL to the Dodger stadium parking lot and read this thing. It's really much better than anything you're reading now.
With that said, I have not had the chance to read the report in its entirety and once I am able to do so, I’ll be willing to share any further thoughts.
Friday, December 14, 2007
Frank Mc Cheap Speaks
Frank Mc Cheap, who we love to hate here at PFD, had these comments regarding the Mitchell Report: