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Jose Canseco Says He Knows How We're All Going To Die

College Spun - ‎Apr 23, 2016‎
Jose Canseco is a man of many talents. Well, mostly baseball. He was very good at baseball. He's also unbelievable at making absurd remarks on Twitter.

Canseco says baseball turned its back on him

Elmira Star-Gazette - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
Putting it simply, Jose Canseco's relationship with Major League Baseball is complicated. The former slugger best known for his days as a "Bash Brother" with the Oakland Athletics is convinced he has been blackballed from the sport.

Allowing performance enhancing drugs will level the playing field

Toronto Star - ‎18 hours ago‎
In his 2005 book Juiced, former Jay Jose Canseco estimated 80 per cent of pro players use steroids. More recently, The Chicago Tribune described MLB's crusade against PEDs as “unwinnable.

Hobson at peace with baseball career

Sports On Earth - ‎4 hours ago‎
Any player is available to an organization for $3,000 if he goes to Class A, $4,000 for Double-A or $5,000 for Triple-A. On the rare occasions when a player like Ruben Sierra or Jose Canseco or Rickey Henderson or Jose Lima goes straight to the big ...

Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports Fast Facts

KITV Honolulu - ‎12 hours ago‎
February 14, 2005 - Retired baseball star Jose Canseco publishes his autobiography, "Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits and How Baseball Got Big.

“The Only Rule Is It Has To Work” Is Effectively Wild

Hardball Times - ‎21 hours ago‎
From bearded catcher Isaac Wenrich to playing at San Quentin prison to trying to set up the PITCHf/x system in an independent league ballpark to the league's 1981-esque playoff structure to signing Jose Canseco as a promotional stunt to the crushing ...

Stream of baseball PEDs violations seemingly endless

Walla Walla Union-Bulletin - ‎May 2, 2016‎
All that's left is to simply hunker down for the rigorous, and eternal, process of trying to stay ahead of the PED users, who we should realize by now come in all shapes and sizes - behemoths like Jose Canseco and lithe speedsters like Gordon ...
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Colabello's long climb turns into a stunning descent with 80-game ban: DiManno

Toronto Star - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
“I don't know enough to talk about it,” said Jose Bautista, who is a player rep to the association. The Jays have never before been implicated in performance-enhancing drugs, though known steroid scofflaws such as Jose Canseco have worn the Toronto ...
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Try as is it might, baseball can't seem to end stream of players taking PEDs

The Seattle Times - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
All that's left is to simply hunker down for the rigorous, and eternal, process of trying to stay ahead of the PED users, who we should realize by now come in all shapes and sizes - behemoths like Jose Canseco and lithe speedsters like Gordon; pitchers ...

Songs about baseball beyond 'Centerfield'

Sonoma Index-Tribune - ‎Apr 21, 2016‎
(1 of 3) Jose Canseco, former big-league baseball star, did a little outfield dance to what song when he played for the Stompers last season?
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Column: Stephen A Smith the wrong Jake Arrieta messenger

Today's Knuckleball (blog) - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
Jose Canseco was the whistleblower for steroid use in baseball, but when Washington Post writer Thomas Boswell claimed the Canseco was a steroid user at the height of Canseco's stardom, Canseco denied it and threatened to sue.

The Met Who Would Be Called to Pitch In

Wall Street Journal - ‎Apr 24, 2016‎
Not only do hitter-pitchers usually get battered—they gave up 22 runs in 26 innings last year—but it also poses the risk of doing something unnatural: outfielder Jose Canseco famously injured himself pitching in 1993. This could deter someone like ...

Ask Hal: Nothing is guaranteed in baseball, even for top prospects

MyDaytonDailyNews - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
Remember Jose Canseco pitching for the Oakland A's and injuring his shoulder. The last Reds position player to pitch was shortstop Paul Janish in 2009.

Old sports trinkets can encourage participation, enrich relationship

Lake Country Now - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
I still recall having "Card Trading Parties" with friends in the neighborhood, though I'm not sure more than one or two transactions were ever completed ("No way, I'm not trading a 1992 Donruss Frank Thomas for a 1991 Topps Jose Canseco, are you crazy?").

Henderson is home base for nation's best power hitter

Las Vegas Sun - ‎Apr 24, 2016‎
In 2012, Crine beat former major leaguer Jose Canseco in a home run-hitting contest for charity before a minor league game in Southern California.

10 best moments in York Revolution history

York Daily Record/Sunday News - ‎Apr 27, 2016‎
“We've had Rickey Henderson, Jose Canseco, Jose Lima and Ruben Sierra, but I don't think anyone has created the buzz that Roger Clemens has,” Atlantic League executive director Joe Klein said at the time.

From Hall of Famers to Hello Kitty, ranking each MLB team's bobblehead giveaways

ESPN (blog) - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
Oakland Athletics: Josh Reddick, Hello Kitty, Jose Canseco Rookie of the Year. I may not be the target audience for Hello Kitty, but I'm still subtracting points.
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Jake Arrieta's historic home scoreless streak ends

Today's Knuckleball (blog) - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
Jose Canseco was the whistleblower for steroid use in baseball, but when Washington Post writer Thomas Boswell claimed the Canseco was a steroid user at the height of Canseco's stardom, Canseco denied it and threatened to sue.

Mom, apple pie and performance enhancing drugs

Flagler College Gargoyle - ‎Apr 24, 2016‎
Players such as Mark McGwire, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Jose Canseco were all accused and convicted of steroid use. In fact, Jose Canseco estimated that during his time in the league at least 85 percent of players in Major League Baseball were ...
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If baseball players were Game of Thrones characters…

http://www.realsport101.com (press release) (blog) - ‎Apr 24, 2016‎
Varys - Jose Canseco. Varys knows all of the secrets of the kingdom. Sounds just like Canseco who decided that since he knew all of those secrets, he would write a book and reveal all of the secrets, essentially bringing about the steroid era in baseball.
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