After Jason Giambi announced "personal history regarding steroids" commissioner Bud Selig announced he won't be punishing the New York Yankees slugger in light of charity work and cooperation with baseball's steroids investigation.
Cooperation... as in "donating" $100,000.
It would be interesting to be a fly on the wall in Giambi's meeting with former senate majority leader and dirt dig-up spearhead George Mitchell. Who was ratted out? The fact that he doped wasn't revealed then, considering it was well known beforehand.
The 2000 AL MVP and 2005 Comeback Player of the Year missed over two months this season due to a "torn tissue" in his left foot and is batting .268 with nine homers and 26 RBIs in 52 games.