When Jose Canseco burst into the Major Leagues in the s, he changed the Juiced. Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big. Former MLB All-Star Jose Canseco wrote the definitive story on steroids with his book, Juiced. But when he shared his personal story with. Find Juiced by Canseco, Jose at Biblio. Uncommonly good collectible and rare books from uncommonly good booksellers.
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Jose Canseco tells SI he wishes he never wrote ‘Juiced’
I was not disappointed in his openness about using joae. It’s written at about a fifth-grade reading level, which is appropriate, as Jose juuced the ethical sense of a ten-year-old. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Jun 30, J Gebura rated it really liked it. As he correctly points out in the book, Mark McGwire exhibited all of the same tell-tale signs of steroid use during the same period, but yet Mark was somehow untouchable while Jose was always fair game.
Published February 28th by It Books first published Not only that but I never knew what type of he went through weather it be his personal life or how the media damaged his career.
Light shelf wear on dust jacket.
José Canseco Quotes (Author of Juiced)
He makes it pretty clear he has no morals. Refresh and try again. Jul 31, Carol Storm rated it liked it. Interesting thing though, Hayhurst really struggled in the majors while Canseco was a star.
José Canseco (Author of Juiced)
Mild bumping at binding edges. Sucked small Canseco balls. Topics Mentioning This Author.
I didn’t like what he had done, but canaeco book itself was good. Like a true narcissist, Canseco never finds any fault in his actions. I never knew what was really happening in the steroid era of baseball back. I have always enjoyed Jose Canseco as an entertainer and athlete. Interesting insight and opinion on steroids too.
That being said, if he told me my mother loved me, I’d have to check with her. I forced myself to read Moneyball despite my bitter, painful, deep-seated hatred of the A’s, specifically the height of the moneyball era A’s, and I love that book, so I had to do this.
Juiced lets on about a lot of that, and serves up a slew of juicy tidbits along the way his bathroom-stall exploits Even when this book came out, and the howls of derision from sports ccanseco on the back pages csnseco ESPN talking head shows about its existence and veracity were loudest, there was always the hunch that Jose Canseco, the one person probably more responsible than any other for making steroids popular among the players of his era, knew where an awful lot of the bodies were buried.
Anabolic steroids, human growth hormones — Canseco mixed, matched, and experimented to such a degree that he became known throughout the league as “The Chemist.
In this controversial baseball memoir, Jose Canseco, who is now retired, makes serious charges while bringing to light the long-suppressed scandal of widespread steroid use in baseball.
I’m not saying it’s right or wrong to feel that way, but we all know the feeling of being punished for something that many others have indulged in. May 04, Camden Bailey rated it really liked it.
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Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big
Vindicated ratings Open Preview See a Problem? Like most fans of baseball, I got caught up in the hype surrounding this tell-all rant by Jose Canseco. Sadly, he has a very negative outlook on life.