DENVER (AP) -Bud Selig doesn't think he will get an advance look at George Mitchell's report on steroids use in baseball.
Mitchell, a Boston Red Sox director and former Senate Majority Leader, was hired by the baseball commissioner in March 2006 and is expected to issue his report before the end of the year.
Selig was asked before Game 3 of the World Series whether he will see the report before it is make public.
``I doubt I will,'' he responded. ``Nobody will see it.''
Then he modified his answer slightly, saying he might get it a few hours before others so he could ``digest it.''
Selig wouldn't speculate on possible discipline for players who may be implicated.
``I just don't want to comment because I don't know what's going to come out,'' he said.

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