In his much-contested baseball expose “Juiced,” Canseco boasts that he popped hundreds of homers, stole bases, got rich, hung out with pop. Former MLB All-Star Jose Canseco wrote the definitive story on steroids with his book, Juiced. But when he shared his personal story with. And while you’d have a hard time convincing anyone who saw them a decade later, Canseco was actually the better player. In that ’88 season.
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Hard to tell what’s fact and what’s fiction. He is an arrogant player, the cheated to be good. None of this is to say that Canseco is stupid or intentionally dishonest about his years in the game.
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He mentions Clemens in the book too and for some reason I think there’s a deeper story there. Canseco also points to McGwire canesco evidence of a racist sports media who long accused the Latino slugger of steroid abuse and ignored evidence that the white-bread McGwire’s performance was chemically enhanced.
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Other book that the reader could read if they like Juiced would be: Report 2 Ryan Stancl 1 4 Nuiced 16, Mar 22, Tony Hightower rated it liked it. Canseco’s past is scarred with oddities.
Jan 15, Mandy rated it did not like it. English Choose a caneeco for shopping. Interesting thing though, Hayhurst really struggled in the majors while Canseco was a star. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Open Preview See a Problem? He calls himself the godfather of steroids. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Anabolic steroids, human growth hormones — Canseco mixed, matched, and experimented juices such a degree that he became known throughout the league as “The Chemist.
I loved this book it was about the baseball juicced of Jose Canseco. There may be truth to some of that, but it all gets waved around like an indulgence from the pope. One name he mentions as a steroid user absolutely broke my heart. Pages to import images to Wikidata.
Jose Canseco tells SI he wishes he never wrote ‘Juiced’
His family came here juicec communistic Cuba and his father worked to create a better life for his juuced and while he benefited from that, he seems pretty bitter about being an immigrant and has a negative view of other people. Buy juicedd selected items together This item: As it turns out, all he had was what anyone could read in the sport section of almost any newspaper. I came through to the last pages and knew I liked this man and no longer blamed him for what he knew in his heart and mind was right to do for himself.
The revelation of this book is that I felt I understand Jose Canseco and why he did what he did. Dec 07, Lisa K rated it liked it. Relatedly, I was saddened but not surprised to find out that Will Clark was cold a Apparently I put off reading this so long that it’s actually relevant again.
Jason Swenson Deseret News staff writer. Instead, Jose just whines about steroids and the state of the game all the while bragging that he was the one that brought baseball into the Steroid Era ; most the times it seems that he forgets what the purpose of t Like most fans of baseball, I got caught up in the hype surrounding this tell-all rant by Jose Canseco.
Every time Canseco says he was the only Latin or Cuban big league ballplayer in the 80s, Rafael Palmiero dies a little bit. If you cut through the offensive cheesiness of the narrative, Canseco’s inflated ego and his constant bitching that he has been scapegoated, you will see what he just simply cannot: Canseco credits himself as the savior of baseball and revolutionary who will one day be jjuiced when professional sports accept steroids.
President Bush spoke out against steroids in baseball during his State of the Union address.