Whoever wrote this article doesn’t have a clue about steroids. I have used them responsibly with no negative side effects. Steroids are used to treat the sick so why would doctors give people something so dangerous? A male body is more than capable to cope with high doses of testosterone because guess what that’s what makes a man a man. In healthy athletes and bodybuilders used responsibly steroid use is fine that’s why they are legal in most countries. America is a joke and there society is as fake and hollow as their brains
Position(s) : OF, DH
Stats : .266 BA 1877 H 462 HR 1407 RBI
Career : 1985-2001
Team(s) : Athletics, Rangers, Red Sox, Blue Jays, Rays, Yankees, White Sox
Accomplishments : 6x All-Star, 4x Silver Slugger, 2x Champion, 1x MVP, ROY
The man, the myth, the legend. Jose started it all with his book, Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big in 2005. In said text, Canseco named names and created a scandal on par with the Black Sox and segregation in baseball. He claimed that about 85% of major leaguers are doping and that he personally injected McGwire, Juan Gonzalez, Ivan Rodriguez, Palmeiro and Jason Giambi. Two years later, Canseco published another book entitled, Vindicated , in which he outed Alex Rodriguez as a user. People thought he was full of shit until Alex came clean in 2009 and admitted to juicing during his time in Texas. Along with fellow "Bash Brother," Mark McGwire, he tore through the majors averaging 40 home runs a season during his 17-year career. He was the first member of the prestigious (not anymore) 40/40 club when he accomplished the feet in 1988. He was banging celebrities and was on top of the world until his back went on him and his off the field antics started to take their toll.
When Earvin "Magic" Johnson shocked the world by announcing he was HIV-positive in 1991, his many corporate sponsors pledged to stand by him — publicly at least. Behind closed doors, however, several companies began quietly distancing themselves from the basketball legend. Some — like Target and Kentucky Fried Chicken — simply failed to renew his contract when it expired and said their decisions had nothing to do with his illness. Converse and Pepsi pledged to stay with him, although Magic walked away from Converse shortly after.