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Orioles statement on Mitchell Report

The following is the statement released by the Orioles in regards to the Mitchell Report:

There is no place in baseball or in any other sport for the use of performance enhancing substances.The Orioles support Major League Baseball's efforts to institute the most comprehensive testing program of any professional sport and one that strives to eliminate the use of performance enhancing drugs from all of baseball.As to the information and allegations contained in the Mitchell Report, the Orioles caution observers to resist the temptation to accept collective judgments based upon unsubstantiated allegations.The Orioles further believe that each Major League player must be treated on an individual basis, must not be judged responsible by mere association, and is innocent of any improper conduct until proven otherwise beyond a reasonable doubt.

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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