National Baseball Hall of Fame President Jeff Idelson Remarks
Hall of Fame third baseman Brooks Robinson was a special guest and spoke during the question period.
Jeff Idelson, president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, delivered remarks at the National Press Club. He spoke about the nation’s traditional interest in baseball and recent controversies involving the use of steroids by professional and amateur players. Following his remarks he responded to questions submitted from the audience.
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Jeff Idelson President National Baseball Hall of Fame
Donna Leinwand President National Press Club
Brooks Robinson Baseball Player (Former)
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