Certain violations after 2003 might get closer look from MLB

Updated: December 18, 2007, 8:39 PM ET
By Buster Olney | ESPN The Magazine

Major league players mentioned in the Mitchell report who are found to have violated the sport's drug-testing agreement after the 2003 season -- after baseball first instituted penalties for positive steroid tests -- are likely to face the most scrutiny by Major League Baseball.

The league in all likelihood will request meetings with all active players mentioned in the report, but will apply standards -- when it deems it necessary -- according to the year of the alleged ...

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