ROBERT SIEGEL, host:
We sent a few producers out to ask baseball fans what they thought of the report.
Mr. STAN BREZILSKY(ph): Stan Brezilsky from Kenosha, Wisconsin. I know it was coming so it's just a matter of time. So I think the record of Hank Aaron, all his own, he should still own it. And I think these other guys that took steroids should, okay, they got numbers, but it doesn't mean anything today.
Mr. SONNY INERSHI (Maryland Resident): Sonny Inershi, Eastern Shore, Maryland. I think that the guys that are using steroids should be suspended and/or banned and, because it's not fair to everybody else who has worked their tinies off to get to where they are.
Mr. KENNY WRANGER(ph) (Maryland Resident): Kenny Wranger from Frederick, Maryland. These players that have been found guilty, if they have any records, you know, they should be wiped clean because they didn't earn it. The guys in the olden days, they've earned those records and they deserve the respect for doing it the right way without cheating. And use of steroids is cheating.
Mr. JUSTIN RIGHT(ph) (Resident): Justin Right from Moscow Mills, Missouri. I found it kind of interesting that George Mitchell doesn't want to, doesn't want Selig to punish anybody. He just wants the names to get out and look to the future.
Mr. JAVARI CONRAD(ph) (Missouri Resident): I'm Javari Conrad from St. Louis, Missouri. It really hurts the sport, like, in the eyes of other people, is what I think. Like I'm - like to me, it doesn't matter because I love baseball anyways. But if you're like a newcomer or young, I would - everybody is fake, so why would you even care?
SIEGEL: Baseball fans in McGillycuddy's bar in Milwaukee, the ESPN Zone in Washington, D.C, and the Student Center at the University of Missouri, St. Louis.
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