Major League Baseball told the New York Times that it would release the number of players who had first-time positive tests for amphetamines in 2008. However, on Thursday, the league said the number of tests would not be included in the report on the drug-testing program that will be released in January. "The report will detail the number of tests conducted this year, the number of positives for steroids, the names of the substances players tested positive for and the number of therapeutic-use exemptions but will not include the total number of amphetamine positives," executive vice president for labor relations Rob Manfred told The Times.