Canseco Shows Contrition For Book 'Juiced'

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Updated: 7/12 8:06 pm
Jose Canseco - famous for winning the 1989 AL MVP award and being just one of 4 men to hit 40 hrs and steal 40 bases in a single season.

Canseco - also infamous for his book 'Juiced,' a tell-all on what he claimed was rampant performance enhancing drug usage in Major League Baseball.

What Upton Sinclair was to the meat packing industry with his book 'The Jungle' back in 1906, canseco was to Major League Baseball 100 years later with Juiced.

Now almost 10 years after its release, Canseco is contrite about its publication.

Here from the slugger in the attached video.
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