Before there was Barry Bonds, Alex Rodriguez, and Manny Ramirez, Mark McGwire was the poster boy for steroids in baseball. McGwire transformed himself from a tall, lanky rookie into baseballÆs version of the incredible hulk in just a few short years. McGwire was fortunate enough to play during MLBÆs "DonÆt ask, donÆt tell" era, otherwise the 70 home runs he hit during 1998ùnow known as "The year of the steroid"ùmight never have happened. ItÆs a good thing that Barry Bonds came along and hit 73 home runs in 2001, otherwise weÆd have a steroid user holding one of the most sacred records in a game that is considered to be our national past time. Just yesterday, McGwire taught all steroid era players a lessonáon how to emerge from exile. Simply keep your mouth shut, disappear for a fe ...
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