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Nothing changes in baseball.  It's just DDSS (Different Day Same Siht). Until Mr."spineless" Selig and Mr. "Union" Fehr, are gone, we'll never see a true and fair baseball game.  When attendance is up and guys are hitting the long ball, baseball is happy and everyone gets their pay checks.  How they get there isn't important.  Mr Fehr didn't even want the Mitchell investigation to happen and wasn't too thrilled when it came out before he got a copy.  Now he is more than willing to follow the recommendations by Mitchell "not to punish the guilty", after all some of them didn't even break any MLB rules. It's seems Mr. Selig is leaning towards "no suspensions", although he's still thinking about the situation.  Mr. Fehr is taking the recommendations "very seriously" and it would be inappropriate not to take that into account. Why? You never took the investigation seriously.  How can fans expect players to be responsible for their actions, when their leaders aren't held accountable for their actions.  Looking the other way and advising players not to co-operate, makes you an accomplice to the problem. A problem that will continue to exist as long as players aren't held accountable.  Too many people in baseball want to "just move forward", that's why you're in this mess to start with.  Mark my words, in a few years, these same people will be going before Congress saying" we can police out own sports", and many players will still be finding ways to "break the law".   

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