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Baseball’s Hall of Fame steroid team

Baseball All-time steroid team Enshrined in Baseball’s Hall of Fame are some of the great mementos in the sport’s history including uniforms, balls and even chairs. With the steroid era of baseball maybe Canton should make room for some syringes and our all-time steroid team.

Ivan Rodriguez
14 time all star catcher, was the AL MVP in 1999.

’99 TEX Rangers
BA HR RBI
.332 35 113

Linked To: Steroids (Deca-Durabolin and/or Winstrol, Testosterone), HGH

Backup: Benito Santiago

C

Mark McGwire
Mark McGwire was a 12-time all-star first baseman who raced Sosa in the famous steroid home run race of ’98.

’98 STL Cardinals
BA HR RBI
.299 70 147

Linked To: Named on Mitchell Report. During FBI investigation officers turned up steroid dealer, Curtis Wenslaff put McGwire on a mix of Winstrol V, testosterone and Equipoise.

Backup: Jason Giambi

1B
Chuck Knoblauch

Chuck Knoblauch was a 4-time All Star and 1991 Rookie of the Year.

’96 MIN Twins
BA RUNS SB
.341 140 45

Linked To: Named on Mitchell Report. McNamee said he injected Knoblauch at least seven to nine times with HGH.

Backup: Fernando Vina

2B
Alex Rodriguez

A-Rod the 12 time All Star shortstop/third baseman is a three time AL MVP and on pace to break fellow steroid taker Barry Bonds home run record.

’02 Rangers
BA HR RBI
.300 57 142

Linked To: Rodriguez admitted that he took steroids

Backup: Miguel Tejada

SS
Ken Caminiti

With a torn rotator cuff in 1996 Caminiti still put up monster numbers and was the 1996 MVP – with the help of testosterone he bought in Tijuana.

’96 SD Padres
BA HR RBI
.326 40 130

Linked To: Admitted to using steroids and named on the Mitchell report. Later died of drug use.

Backup: Matt Williams

 

3B
Sammy Sosa

Sammy Sosa the 1998 NL MVP and 7-time All Star was so serious about breaking the home run record steroids weren’t enough for the steroid consumer he was even caught corking his bat.

’01 CHC Cubs
BA HR RBI
.328 64 160

Linked To: Escaped Mitchell report. During congressional questioning suddenly forgot how to speak English.

Backup: Gary Sheffield

RF
Brady Anderson
The three time all star had one fantastic steroid career year.

’96 BAL Orioles
BA SB RUNS
.297 50 110

Linked To: Brady was not named in the Mitchell report and has denied using, but his biceps and return to mediocrity tell otherwise.

Backup: Lenny Dykstra

CF
Barry Bonds

The 7-time MVP, 14-time all-star and all time home run leader.

’01 SF Giants
BA HR RBI
.328 73 137

Linked To: Named in Mitchell report, used stanozolol and a host of other steroids. Facing trial for obstruction of justice in BALCO trial.

Backup: Jose Canseco

LF
Roger Clemens
The 11-time All Star and 6-time Cy Young award winner had one of the greatest careers in baseball – even before he doubled in size in his 30s.

’97 TOR Blue Jays
ERA W/L SO
2.05 21-7 292

Linked To: According to the Mitchell Report, his former strength and conditioning coach, Brian McNamee, injected him several times with steroids.

Backup:
Kevin Brown

SP
Eric Gagne

The 2003 Cy Young Winner 3-time All Star was un-hittable until he laid off the steroids.

’03 LA Dodgers
ERA SAVES SO
1.20 55 137

Linked To: Linked to Radomski as a purchaser of human growth hormone. An internal Red Sox memo obtained in the Mitchell report reports a scout saying that performance-enhancing drugs “IS the issue” with Gagne.

Backup: John Rocker.

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