Harold Reynolds was all for MLB commissioner Allen Huber "Bud" Selig on the MLB Network. See the thread there? Reynolds works for Selig. From the website:
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Does the MLB Network employ former players who used performance enhancing drugs (PED), including steroids? If it does and discovered that, would they be fired? Suspended?
How objective are any of the people identified as working for the MLB Network? That includes writers and announcers.
Should Alex Rodriguez start his own network, the A-Rod Network? Could he find former players more sympathetic to his situation? Writers? Announcers?