Break out your pitchforks and torches. It’s time to wrangle up some cheater cheater pumpkin eaters.
Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell’s report, the result of a 20-month-long investigation, will reportedly include between 60 and 80 names, including former All-Stars and MVPs, implicated in the use of performance-enhancing substances and other “deep problems” with the sport. The dumptruck of illegal needles, creams, clears, jellies, lotions, salves and what have you unloads all over the national past time at 2 p.m. Stay tuned as we count down the minutes to baseball's greatest bubble burst ever!
Update: The Mitchell Report has been released for public consumption. [PDF]