Were you on the list? (borrowing and using a piece of a tag-line from last season's Heroes TV show for my own purposes here...)
Heck, you might as well have been on the list, with the Mitchell Report naming some 70+ names, and talking about the decades of performance enhancing drugs that have permeated Major League Baseball over the last 20 years (give or take).
It really is a sad state of affairs. Fans (such as me) ate up the record chases until we started realizing that we were seeing records broken by tainted heroes. In some cases (cough, cough San Francisco and bay area fans, cough, cough!) even with that realization there was still hero worship.
The dust will settle over time, but what the Mitchell Report really shows is that baseball has been dirty for far too long. The owners ignored the problem because they were benefiting financially. TV (I'm looking at you here ESPN) ignored the problem because they were benefiting. The players (at least some of them) were benefiting (via millions in salary and bonuses) and they definitely didn't want to address the problem as they knew it would affect entire teams of players (even as some complained that cheaters were cheating them out of jobs). All dirty, dirty, dirty.
I fear that Congress will get their hands into this again and really ruin it for everyone, but I do feel bad about supporting MLB in any form currently. Were it not for having waited literally DECADES to get baseball back in D.C. I doubt that I'd spend a dime to go see games, but realistically I've been waiting so long for baseball, I'll be accepting it warts and all, there showing support so that I will hopefully be able to watch a team in this area 10 years, or 20 years down the road when the problem has hopefully been eradicated and the random testing program has gotten good enough to test for HGH and other substances and the chances of a cheater not getting caught will be between slim and none.
Just my $0.02