Ezio Petersen/UPI PhotoJose Canseco, in April of , with his second book ‘ Vindicated.’ In the book, Canseco first alleged that Yankees 3B. In , Jose Canseco blew the lid off Major League Baseball’s steroid scandal — and no one believed him. His “New York Times” bestselling memoir “Juiced”. Jose Canseco, in an attempt to help “clean up baseball”, decided to write a tell-all book detailing steroid use in baseball. His book, Juiced.
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And him and I were good friends; we were golf buddies.
Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball by José Canseco
Dec 31, Kay rated it liked it Shelves: You know, it just may make your performance better. Well, maybe a couple here and there more. This time, he’s not just out to clear his name.
The commissioner may have known it. He goes on to state how even though he was one of the many players using performance enhancing supplements, he was one of the only players to be kicked out of the danseco entirely. At a Congressional hearing on the subject of steroids in sports, Palmeiro categorically denied using performance-enhancing drugs, vindicatee McGwire repeatedly and somewhat conspicuously refused to answer questions on his own suspected use. Both are easy, quick, entertaining reads.
Jose Canseco told the truth. When he was hugely popular some local radio station had their own version of the Star Spangled Banner with the lyrics paying tribute to the man’s awesomeness.
Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball
Sure enough, Jose Canseco’s ego is out of control. I don’t know who has a bigger ego, Gene Simmons or this meathead.
The follow-up to Juiced doesn’t offer too much more. Everybody knew, because they wanted you guys to have home runs, because that brought people into the stadiums.
I can remember this, but now I have trouble remembering which trains I take to A much hated dirtbag’s tale of redemption. As a matter of fact, when you read some books about it, they say you should probably start using these products after 40 years old. He has extreme respe Read Juiced about three weeks before I started this book. They don’t want to know the truth. This is more for adults. Join our mailing list!
The book also talks about his friends who he supplied steroids too and talks about how they turned their back on him when he was caught with steroids. Nonetheless, the book presents an unvarnished look at the use of steroids in Major League Baseball, as well as MLB’s response to having the lid lifted on this dirty and not so little secret. Refresh and try again.
And you introduced him to somebody. I would definitely recommend this book to people who like baseball or sports in general and would like to get a deeper understanding of the sport.
Canseco regrets naming names in his book about steroids
The self-admitted steroid user blew the lid off of baseball’s uose drug era by naming names. Aug 03, Hope2chat rated it it was ok Recommended to Hope2chat by: It was enough that I was mentioning all these other baseball players. He told the New Jlse Daily News that he thought Canseco didn’t have a book in the material he gave him. I would definitely recommend this book to athletes. I wanna believe the guy but he needs to practice some humility.
I give this book a 5 stars just becasue what he did to the game of baseball. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated. So in vkndicated opinion, did A-Rod have an affair with Jessica? I do believe that Canseco should have called this book “Nah nah nah nah, I was right and you were wrong, so you can go fuck yourself for doubting me”.