Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig announced today that he will not take any disciplinary
measures against Jason Giambi of the New York Yankees given his cooperation with Senator George
Mitchell's investigation and his off-field charitable activities.
Giambi had admitted to the use of performance-enhancing substances in a newspaper article in May and
subsequently discussed his use with Senator Mitchell's investigative team.
"Jason was frank and candid with Senator Mitchell," said Commissioner Selig. "That and his impressive
charitable endeavors convinced me it was unnecessary to take further action."
In a letter to Giambi, the Commissioner wrote: "In the days since your interview, your representatives
have discussed with my office your commitment to off-field charitable activities. For example, your agent
has informed my office that you intend to donate $50,000 to the Partnership of a Drug Free America. You
have also committed to make an additional donation of $50,000 in cash or equipment to the Harlem RBI.
You also have agreed to make an appearance at the Major League Baseball Academy in Compton, California
during the 2007-2008 off-season. Finally your representatives have notified the Baseball Tomorrow Fund of
your willingness to participate in a check presentation ceremony."