Bud Selig wants players named in the Mitchell report to bear "some" accountability. The word "some" indicates to me that they shouldn't take "full" responsibility for their actions. Why is that. afterall they are the ones that broke the law, MLB just covered it up. Plus we all know the Selig is afraid of Mr. Fehr. Selig feels that no suspensions should be handed out, but maybe counseling or fines. Yeah, that'll teach them. As I said before, ask Mike Cameron what's the difference between a "failed test" and an "admittance" of use. Maybe you can find him, when his 25 game suspension is over.
All I ever hear from MLB and the players Union is, we're going to get a tougher drug policy. I still have yet to see any changes. Players just find ways to get around it, with masking agents. There is also still no test for HGH. I understand that people want to forget about the past and not get mired in it, but the past actions are why we're where we are today in baseball. A handful of apologies and no one being held responsible for their actions and a whole lot of "Cheaters".
There's that nasty word again, "cheaters". No one seems to want to get "past" the so-called "cheaters" in spygate, and those individuals were actually punished and held accountable. Where are those nosy Senators, when it comes to baseball cheaters. Believe me, there are a lot more cheaters in baseball, then the NBA, NFL, NHL combined.
I'll move on some day when players are held to the same standards as us common folk when we break the law.