• June 14, 2019

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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On December 30,it was announced that Canseco has reached a deal for his sequel to Juiced.

There’s no co-writer listed, which implies that Canseco wrote this by himself, but I have some doubts. I’m sure it has a lot to do with using steroids. Some people were afraid of fire, too. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Share your thoughts with other customers.

Jun 12, Taylor Stephens rated it it was amazing. He also believes he was blackballed by baseball when Bud Selig decided that the league needed to be cleaned up.

The trusted voice in sports straight to your inbox. Though my feelings for Canseco may be sour, I did find the book interesting as a time capsule.

It’s not like me to ignore high profile baseball books. Uuiced didn’t choose to read this book because I was a fan of Jose.

Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big

In all, it’s an entertaining read, and dishes some good dirt about the supposed all-American boys of baseball, and the Cuban who poked them with needles. If it was not for the canweco controversy the name Jose Canseco would have lost to long list of notable rookies with lackluster careers. Behind the gaudy stats and the glamour of his public life, Canseco cultivated a secret just juuced everyone in MLB knew about, one juicedd would alter the game of baseball and the way we view our heroes forever.


So in his book Juiced, Canseco lays outs his life, his career, and his role in introducing baseball to infamous world of steroids. One of Juiced’ s central precepts is that steroid use is not in and of itself a bad thing, as long as the person is being monitored by a physician, and the dosages are small.

Pretty much every problem he ever encountered was not his fault, he’s misunderstood, the media gave McGwire a free pass because he’s a white guy, and also Jose was the first guy ever to fall in love with his newborn daughter. To view it, click here. Records have been broken.

Everyone wrote Jose off as a lying tattletale, but the elephant in the room now is that HE WAS 1 I’m glad I never got around to writing a review for this back when I actually read it, because now I get to do it with the benefit of hindsight. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Part of a series on. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? 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.


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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. All he does is brag about himself the whole time. I’m glad I read the book. Canseco, like hundreds of other steakheads in the game today, is a big fucking cheater.

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And it’s not fair to say you know how you’d react, because you don’t. All that said, he still somehow manages to be a pretty likable goofball. That said, I’m only going to give it two stars, because I have to give this asshole’s book at cxnseco two stars juicwd than I gave Dirk Hayhurst’s book The Bullpen Gospels.

Yeah, it’s a book written by a sports star, yeah, it was really quick and simple, but all the overbearing points I already heard through 6 months of sports radio talk.

But it’s baseball’s dirty “s-word” that separates Canseco’s book from a mere vanity piece.