NEW YORK (AP) -Baseball commissioner Bud Selig hinted strongly Thursday that management officials implicated in the Mitchell Report won't be suspended or fined.
Speaking to the Associated Press Sports Editors, Selig indicated public service will be required of officials found to have acted improperly.
``They're going to be treated the same way'' as the players, Selig said.
Earlier this month, management and the players' association agreed that no players implicated by Mitchell will be disciplined but that all players would be available to perform public service.

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