Major League Baseball As Enron: The True Meaning of the Mitchell ReportOutside the Lines: A Publication of the SABR Business of Baseball Committee (2008)
AbstractAlthough the December 13, 2007 release of the Mitchell Report received attention for the names of the players included within, what was overlooked by many was the true import of the report: namely, the indictment of Major League Baseball itself as a corrupt entity. As such, the players identified as steroid abusers within the report were merely reflections of the larger, systemic problem that existed for decades within MLB rather than the problem in and of themselves. This article examines this revelation in detail.
- Mitchell Report,
Publication DateFall 2008
Citation InformationMitchell J Nathanson. "Major League Baseball As Enron: The True Meaning of the Mitchell Report" Outside the Lines: A Publication of the SABR Business of Baseball Committee (2008)
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