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February 7, 2005

Canseco: "McGuire used steroids; Bush knew about players' steroid use"

Former MLB slugger Jose Canseco is writing a book, and early reviews indicate that he is implicating former home run champ Mark McGwire in the use of steroids and President Bush in the knowledge of their use during the time that he was CEO and part owner of the Texas Rangers.

Posted by Tom at February 7, 2005 6:20 AM |

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Early in his career, I thought Jose could have been one of the very best. Now... he's just a sad human being.

I'm going to take this for what it's worth; a broken man bringing others down for a quick buck. Sad.

Posted by: Josh Kirkendall at February 7, 2005 8:38 AM

Josh, what you say about Canseco being a broken man bringing others down to make a buck is likely true. Unfortunately, that does not mean that what he says is necessarily false, only that he does not have much to lose by making false accusations. Frankly, I find the allegations regarding Bush's knowledge of steroid use to be more far-fetched than the allegations regarding McGwire.

Posted by: Tom Kirkendall at February 7, 2005 8:48 AM

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