Former Yankee Chuck Knoblauch was tracked down by Thayer Evans in The New York Times:
"I have nothing to defend," Knoblauch said. "I have nothing to hide at the same time."
He described the Mitchell report as "crazy" and "interesting," and added that what actually bothered him about being mentioned in the report is that "I've got nothing to do with any of that, I mean, any baseball."
"And I don't want anything to do with baseball," he added.
..."Mad about it? No," he said. "You know what? One of my strongest characteristics is not really caring what people think. I'm living my life. It's not going to change my life one way or the other. You know, I'm not trying to get in the Hall of Fame. I got one vote though."
Funny to think that when he was first traded to New York, Knoblauch looked as if he might have a Hall of Fame career.