JOSE CANSECO VINDICATED PDF

He also said that he was not sure if Roger Clemens had used steroids, but that Clemens had made references to them. While Canseco has cast himself as a truth-teller who readily admitted using steroids during his career, his motives have been challenged by Major League Baseball. Although Major League Baseball referred the matter to the F. The allegations that Canseco makes about Rodriguez and Clemens in the book are indirect. Canseco changed publishers and collaborators in January for the book, which is scheduled to be released March Don Yaeger, the original collaborator and a former associate editor at Sports Illustrated, pulled out because he said he felt Canseco lacked specifics.

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He also said that he was not sure if Roger Clemens had used steroids, but that Clemens had made references to them. While Canseco has cast himself as a truth-teller who readily admitted using steroids during his career, his motives have been challenged by Major League Baseball.

Although Major League Baseball referred the matter to the F. The allegations that Canseco makes about Rodriguez and Clemens in the book are indirect. Canseco changed publishers and collaborators in January for the book, which is scheduled to be released March Don Yaeger, the original collaborator and a former associate editor at Sports Illustrated, pulled out because he said he felt Canseco lacked specifics.

Lavin said that he found a copy of the book on a shelf in a bookstore in Cambridge, Mass. Lavin posted an entry about the book on his Web site. No effect. Canseco continued to stutter-step around that issue in his new book. Before the Tigers played in Lakeland, Fla.

Now Canseco has another book. Now he has accused more players of steroid use. The first major league game in North America is Sunday night in Washington. Home Page World U.

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Vindicated

With the news Saturday morning that Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez tested positive for two types of anabolic steroids while with the Texas Rangers in , former major leaguer Jose Canseco once again seems to have hit a home run. In his second book pulling the curtain back on steroids in Major League Baseball "Vindicated: Big names, big liars and the battle to save baseball", Rodriguez was among those outed by the former slugger. According to Canseco's book, he began working out with a young Rodriguez in the early s. After watching Canseco's impressive physique, Rodriguez then questioned Canseco -- discretely -- how one could possibly attain steroids. Here is one of the excerpts from "Vindicated," where Canseco discribes in his words how he introduced A-Rod to his supplier -- a man identified in the book as "Max. When the report surfaced last April that "Max" was Dion , Rodriguez acknowledged that he did know him. A great man, actually," Rodriguez told the Associated Press about Dion.

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Excerpt: 'Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball'

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 released in , details his steroid use, the steroid use of other players and his influence over them. He claimed to be the "Godfather of Steroids" and said that the spread of steroid use is a result of his influence. He also said that he believed that well-known players, such as Jason Giambi, used steroids.

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