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  1. MLB - Alex Rodriguez case likely sends MLB back to labor strife

    Howard Bryant

    The end of the ugly Alex Rodriguez case likely means the start of a new era of labor strife in Major League Baseball.

    Story | Conversation | January 15, 2014
  2. The system worked in Ryan Braun's successful appeal of MLB's susp...

    Howard Bryant

    It's a victory for the process, despite MLB's cries of anguish. And the successful appeal of Ryan Braun's 50-game suspension should serve as an example to players in other pro leagues.

    Story | Conversation | February 24, 2012
  3. Why Bud Selig might not retire as MLB commissioner

    Howard Bryant

    For nearly 20 years, Bud Selig has ruled over Major League Baseball. Now, with the end of that reign supposedly in sight, here's why he might be rethinking retirement.

    Story | Conversation | January 11, 2012
  4. Roger Clemens perjury mistrial makes federal government an equal ...

    Howard Bryant

    There will be no winners in the steroid era, only losers. Our last best hope to clean it up -- the government - just joined that club by bungling the Roger Clemens trial.

    Story | Conversation | July 16, 2011
  5. On Opening Day 2011, Major League Baseball provides surprising oa...

    Howard Bryant

    It's always a harbinger of hope, sure. But in this year's mixed-up, locked-out sports world, baseball's Opening Day is something else, too. It's shelter from the storm.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2011
  6. On Opening Day 2011, Major League Baseball provides surprising oa...

    Howard Bryant

    It's always a harbinger of hope, sure. But in this year's mixed-up, locked-out sports world, baseball's Opening Day is something else, too. It's shelter from the storm.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2011
  7. Suspension of the Los Angeles Dodgers Manny Ramirez means nothing...

    Howard Bryant

    Somebody has always had an excuse, a way to dismiss the latest steroid revelation in baseball. But no longer. Not after Manny Ramirez's suspension.

    Story | Conversation | May 07, 2009
  8. Howard Bryant: How Bud Selig and baseball survived the George Mit...

    Howard Bryant

    The Mitchell report once threatened to explode baseball into a million fragments. One calendar year later, the game has managed to reduce the decade's most vexing issue into an unpleasant afterthought.

    Story | Conversation | December 12, 2008
  9. Clemens' answer? Blame everyone but himself

    Howard Bryant

    Roger Clemens had an answer for every question during the hearing, yet each one directed the blame elsewhere.

    Story | Conversation | February 13, 2008
  10. Players shouldn't sit alone on congressional hot seat

    Howard Bryant

    The discussion of the Mitchell report has been focused almost exclusively on the players. As ESPN.com's Howard Bryant writes, Congress should hold baseball management, ownership and former Sen. George Mitchell accountable, too.

    Story | Conversation | January 14, 2008
  11. Missing link in Mitchell report is attention to records

    Howard Bryant

    George Mitchell and Bud Selig are looking to the future after Thursday's report on steroids in baseball, but ESPN.com senior writer Howard Bryant says they're forgetting an important part of the past -- the record book.

    Story | Conversation | December 14, 2007
  12. Mitchell investigation would have fallen flat without the feds

    Howard Bryant

    Without information from government cases involving BALCO and Kirk Radomski, and without pressure on Roger Clemens' personal trainer, Brian McNamee, the Mitchell investigation would have been severely limited, writes ESPN.com senior writer Howard Bryant.

    Story | Conversation | December 13, 2007
  13. Friction and fractures erode faith in Mitchell's investigation

    Howard Bryant

    An ESPN.com investigation of baseball's inquiry into performance-enhancing drugs reveals a series of missteps and conflicts that undermined former Sen. George Mitchell from the start. Howard Bryant reports.

    Story | Conversation | December 11, 2007
  14. Mitchell Report must reflect effect of steroids on standings

    Howard Bryant

    If George Mitchell's long-awaited report on steroids in baseball is to have any credibility, it must reflect the impact of performance-enhancing drugs on past and present game results, writes Howard Bryant.

    Story | Conversation | September 10, 2007