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For over a year now, former Sen. George Mitchell has investigated allegations of steroid use in Major League Baseball. (Bud Selig, the Commissioner of Baseball, asked Mitchell to head the inquiry). As you read this, the senator is on a dais at the Grand Hyatt New York, delivering his long-awaited report to the press, fielding questions from reporters.

Alan Schwarz, of The New York Times, is there, taking notes, readying to write. He'll join us in the second hour after the news conference for a few precious minutes to talk about what Mitchell's report says. With whom did the senator talk? Did he name names? Will the report matter? Bill Littlefield, host of NPR's Only A Game, will talk to us too. What questions do you have about Sen. Mitchell's investigation?