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1. Jose Canseco: Baseball's 40-40
3. Jose Canseco Baseball Superstar
4. Jose Canseco Baseball Superstar
5. Jose Canseco : Baseball's Forty-Forty
6. Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars,
7. Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids,
8. Strength Training For Baseball
9. Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars,
10. Jose Canseco, the misunderstood
11. Doping Cases in Baseball: Mark
12. Juiced Wild Times, Rampant Rois
13. TV Guide April 6-12 1991 Viewer's
14. Baseball Digest April 1993 Jose
15. Major League Baseball Players
16. Fleer 1990 Baseball Cards
17. Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars,
18. Beckett Baseball Card Monthly
19. Joueur Cubain de Baseball: Alexei
20. Jose Canseco : Sports Superstars

1. Jose Canseco: Baseball's 40-40 Man (Sports Achievers)
by Nathan Aaseng
 Paperback: 56 Pages (1991-08)
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A biography emphasizing the career of the star outfielder of the Oakland Athletics. ... Read more

 Hardcover: Pages (1989)

Asin: B000GREYLI
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3. Jose Canseco Baseball Superstar Famous Record-Breaker
 Unknown Binding: Pages (1996-01-01)

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4. Jose Canseco Baseball Superstar Famous Record-Breaker
by Bettina Ling
 Hardcover: Pages (1996-01-01)

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5. Jose Canseco : Baseball's Forty-Forty Man (Achievers Ser.)
by Nathan Aaseng
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6. Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball
by Jose Canseco
Paperback: 272 Pages (2009-03-17)
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Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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In 2005, Jose Canseco blew the lid off Major League Baseball's steroid scandal -- and no one believed him. His New York Times bestselling memoir Juiced met a firestorm of criticism and outrage from the media, coaches, clubs, and players, many of whom Canseco had personally introduced to steroids -- with a needle in the ass. Baseball's former golden boy, Rookie of the Year, onetime Most Valuable Player, and owner of two World Series rings was called a liar.

Now, steroids are back in the headlines. Record-breaking athletes are falling from grace, and the infamous Mitchell Report confirmed the names of major leaguers who have indeed used steroids while others remain under investigation. The answer is clear: Jose Canseco told the truth. And why wouldn't he? He started it all.

Finally, in Vindicated, Canseco picks up where Juiced left off, revealing details even more shocking than in his controversial first book. He spills never-before-implicated names -- arguably the biggest in the game of baseball -- and explores the mystery of one celebrated player about whom key information was suddenly excised from Juiced at the last minute. He talks candidly about what the Mitchell Report did -- and didn't -- get right, why steroid use became so rampant, and how his life has changed since he tore the lid off Pandora's box.

Lest there be any doubt about theveracity of his claims, Canseco subjected himself to three lie detector tests, one of which was conducted by a former FBI special agent and top polygraph examiner who investigated the Unabomber, Whitewater, the Oklahoma City bombing, and the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.

Transcripts of those taped interviews are also included in this straight-talking examination of the current state of baseball.

This time, he's not just out to clear his name. He's out to clean up the game. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Vindicated
shipped in time, book was in good condition. would definitely order from same person again

3-0 out of 5 stars A better title might be "I Told You So".
Jose Conseco might have even preferred that title. He doesn't miss an opportunity to tell you & everybody that called him a liar & fast buck artist. This is the follow-up to his wildly sucessful"Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant Roids". I read the hard-cover version. Got it cheap, used thru Amazon. Anyway give me a vote or a comment. If you're the first that wants it & will read it, I'll mail it to you ppd. No strings, promise. I'll need your snail mail by November 9th.
The book is heavy padded to make it repectable size. Lots of stats of other players, pages from the Mitchell Report, his testimony & lie detector tests he took. There are also really good color photos of McGwire, Sosa, A-Rod etc. Before & after shots speak for themselves. Conseco is bitter & he throws a few more players under the steroids track, A-Rod, Ivan Rodriquez & Roger Clemens. That latter he has no proof of.He spends alot of time on Clemens, a so-called good friend & teammate for a short period of time. Conseco was on a lot of teams in his career & was always the man to go to for info on steroids. He's seen a lot of butts & injected them multiple times. He makes no bones about his own use, right from the beginning of his career. Conseco is not a good writer by any streach of the imagination. He's intelligent & might be fun to hang out with, for a short period of time. But emtionally he's a loose cannon & has betrayed lots of friends & teammates for $$$. Not very commendable. The book is an easy read & entertaining for the short time it will take.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just as entertaining as Juiced
I feel like despite people believing Canseco is a credible steroid source, most people still hate him for some reason, and thus, this book has 3-stars on amazon.Pretty absurd if you ask me.

Vindicated is just as entertaining as Juiced was, and sheds even MORE light on the steroids issue in Baseball.It's a perfect Part 2, to Juiced.Once again, Canseco was right, with Clemens and A-Rod being named in this book.

This book made me laugh out loud several times, made me get charged up with excitement, made me get angry.... it was an emotional rollercoaster.Craftfully written, and very, very entertaining.I'd recommend this book to ANY Major League Baseball fan.If you hate Canseco, whatever, but don't rate this book low because of it.The book is fantastic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Canseco reinforces what he's been saying all along...and then some
Vindicated, Jose Canseco's 2nd baseball-steriod book is just validating everything that he has already said, or been saying, and then some.

Vindicated starts with Canseco talking about the media's interpretation of him when he first came out with Juiced. Even before the book hit the shelves, a transcript of the book was leaked, and the media, inparticular, baseball went on damage control, critizing Canseco and calling him a money grubbing person who had zero to no credibilty. Some outlets even compared him to Monica Lewisnky, someone only seeking attention, but Canseco points out that he wasn't aware that Monica was a liar.

He goes into how Roger Clemens name ended up not being in Juiced, or in several interviews that he did, including one with ESPN's Pedro Gomez, and above all, Canseco spoke about why he wrote JUICED and why he came out with his 2nd book, VINDICATED.

Canseco sets up his story beautifully, explaining in detail encounters he had with Barry Bonds, and how 3 months later, Barry had added almost 30 lbs of muscle and the shape of his head had grown. Canseco delves into how and why MLB knew but did nothing, and how his anger at how the media chose to not believe him, or lend any credibility to him citing money issues among things, when all along, Canseco always maintained that he was telling the truth.

The media judged on his character and never lent any truth to his story, like when Tony LaRussa backed McGwire yet said that Canseco was juicing.

Canseco touches on the Mitchell Report, and how he felt he had been "Mitch-slapped" by the committee. He noticed how some people that he personally knew injected, or that he had injected himself were not mentioned in the Mitchell Report, like Pudge Rodriguez for example.

Canseco was also upset that there were more New York Yankees in the book, both current and retired when compared to Boston, and probably the most interesting note of all, is that not one single Florida Marlin was mentioned in the report. Canseco makes note of course that Mr. Mitchell used to be on the board of directors for the Florida Marlins...draw your own conclusions.

Magglio Ordonez
Canseco says that he was going to, but didn't include ex-White Sox/current Tiger Magglio Ordonez because he felt sorry for him. He sided with him and showed him steriods and even injected him a couple of times. Canseco included Magglio because when stories started floating around that Canseco tried to black-mail "Maggs" into a deal to sponsor a documentary that Canseco wanted to do, and when Maggs didn't deny these rumors or acknowledge that he hadn't spoke to Canseco nor contacted him, Canseco talked.

So Canseco says at first he didn't include Maggs because he liked him, and yet when Maggs didn't stand up to the blackmail rumors or call him back, Canseco burned him?

Can you blame him? No. But people who are disgusted with Canseco will point out that to them, Canseco did this as a revenge factor more than anything.

Canseco doesn't condone steriod use, yet speaks about the pros of taking steriods and how in fact, it helped baseball revive itself after the 1994 Strike by putting butts in the seats with the long-ball, which it did.

In JUICED for example, Canseco says he doesn't promote steriods, yet gave a whole chapter on the goods of taking steriods the right way and how it could in fact, help people and not hurt them. They would feel stronger and live longer IF taken the right way.

-on the subject of A-Rod, Canseco again comes off as being a bitter person who wanted to get back at A-Rod, which is why people didn't believe him in the first place. Canseco says he included A-Rod because he doesn't like fake people, and A-Rod tried stealing his wife. What i also found pretty amazing about the book is that Canseco pointed out how A-Rod (pre Selina Roberts-public knowledge) was already in love with himself. He points to the fact that A-Rod wanted to be like Canseco (homerun hitter, good looking Latino guy, both dated Madonna like Canseco apparently did, both were 40/40 guys, and both at one time were the highest paid players in the league).

The most interesting point made was that when Alex signed his legendary $252 million dollar deal, it was exactly TWICE the size of the then highest sports salary ever....................$126 million by Kevin Garnett with Boston.

Canseco points out that this was a calculated move by A-Rod to say, "look at me world, i'm twice as good as anyone here". To this day, A-Rod still has the highest player salary in all of sports.

Canseco adds transcripts from more than 3 lie detector tests he took and how he passed all with absouletly zero to no points of deception on everything from A-Rod to Magglio.

Canseco finally, and convincingly added before and after pictures of all the suspected steriod users, Bonds, Sosa, Tejada, McGwire, A-Rod, and Clemens, to name a few along with their stats.

Regardless of what you think of Jose, one thing has proved simple....HE IS NOT A LIAR.

yes, he can come off as arogant, cocky, self absorbed, jealous, outrages and sometimes seem to appear like a liar, but he isn't. All the guys he named in JUICE, were juicing, and reading the book now, after the A-Rod and Manny Ramirez fall out, it almost glorifies the title of his book.

Don't be surprised to see another Canseco book that reads "How do you like them apples", because all along, through all the media mudslinging, he was right.

I recommend Vindicated to any baseball purist, not for the gossip, but rather in hopes that baseball can be cleaned up once and for all.

2-0 out of 5 stars Lots of Filler
As others have noted, this is not a great book.It is loaded with filler: Canseco talking about being on _The Surreal Life_, Canseco talking about his martial arts prowess, Canseco giving his daughter long-winded advice about how to succeed in life, Canseco endlessly repeating his specific MLB accomplishments.

The problem is that Canseco has little new to reveal.The most interesting sections of the book deal with Clemens, Magglio Ordonez, and A-Rod (especially since, at the time of this review, A-Rod has just admitted to using steroids)._Vindicated_ is a 125-page book inflated to 230 pages.

Of course, a more seasoned and thoughtful writer could produce hundreds of pages exploring the new cases that have exploded into the press since _Juiced_ and the ramifications of these cases.But Canseco, who is a well-meaning guy, falls short in the "thoughtful" category.He's more interested in spilling the beans than reflecting on why the beans were spilled or how they can be cleaned up.And even when Canseco does drop one of his revelatory bombs, you can't help but want to know more.Just why did A-Rod hate Canseco so much?How did he act as an informant against Canseco?

Still, this is an easy read, and the new info is mildly interesting.I recommend finding this book at your local library, as I did. ... Read more

7. Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big
by Jose Canseco
Paperback: 304 Pages (2006-03-01)
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When Jose Canseco burst into the Major Leagues in the 1980s, he changed the sport -- in more ways than one. No player before him possessed his mixture of speed and power, which allowed him to become the first man in history to belt more than forty home runs and swipe more than forty bases in the same season. He won Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Player, and a World Series ring.

Canseco shattered the mold of the out-of-shape baseball player and ushered in a new era of superathletes who looked like bodybuilders, made outrageous salaries, and enjoyed rock-star lifestyles. And the ticket for this ride? Steroids. Behind the gaudy stats and the glamour of his public life, Canseco cultivated a secret just about everyone in MLB knew about, one that would alter the game of baseball and the way we view our heroes forever. Canseco made himself a guinea pig of the performance-enhancing drugs that were only just beginning to infiltrate the American underground. Anabolic steroids, human growth hormones -- Canseco mixed, matched, and experimented to such a degree that he became known throughout the league as "The Chemist." He passed his knowledge on to trainers and fellow players, and before long, performance-enhancing drugs were running rampant throughout Major League Baseball. Sluggers scooping up pitches at their ankles and blasting them out of the park, pitchers cranking fastballs inning after inning -- Canseco showed the players how to customize their doses to sculpt the bodies they wanted, and baseball as we know it was the result.

Today, this issue has crept out of the closet and burst into the headlines as players balloon to herculean proportions and hundred-year-old records are not only broken, but also demolished. In this shocking memoir, Canseco sheds light on a life of dizzying highs and debilitating lows, provides the answers to questions about steroids that millions of fans are only now beginning to ask -- and suggests that, far from being a passing trend, the steroid revolution is only a taste of things to come.

Who's juiced? According to Canseco's authoritative account, more than you think. And baseball will never be the same.

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Touted as a Ball Four for the new millennium, Jose Canseco's Juiced promises to expose not only the rampant use of performance-enhancing substances in baseball (with steroids replacing the amphetamines of Bouton's day), but the painfully human flaws of its heroes as well. A steroid devotee since the age of 20, Canseco goes beyond admitting his own usage to claim that with the tacit approval of the league's powers-that-be he acted as baseball's ambassador of steroids and is therefore indirectly responsible for "saving" the game.

Chief among his claims is that he introduced Mark McGwire to steroids in 1988 and that he often injected McGwire while they were teammates. According to Canseco, steroids and human growth hormones gave McGwire and Sammy Sosa (whose own usage was "so obvious, it was a joke") the strength, stamina, regenerative ability, and confidence they needed for a record-setting home run duel often credited with restoring baseball's popularity after the 1994 strike. Although he devotes a lot of ink to McGwire, Canseco envisions himself as a kind of Johnny Steroidseed, spreading the gospel of performance enhancement, naming a number of players that he either personally introduced to steroids or is relatively certain he can identify as fellow users. Because Canseco plays fast and loose with some of the facts of his own career he provides fodder for those looking to damage his credibility, but in many ways questions of public and personal perception are what raise the book beyond mere vitriolic tell-all. Those willing to heed his request and truly listen to what he has to say will find Juiced to be an occasionally insightful meditation on the workings of public perception and a consistently interesting character study. --Shane Farmer ... Read more

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3-0 out of 5 stars How it happened
Canseco's book reveals how it happens.How and when McGwire started using, how Canseco became "The Chemist" among teammates and MLB players.It explains how Rafael Palmerio took off like he did after a highly forgettable start of carreer. It reveals a close relationship between Canseco and A-Rod...

However, Canseco's book is also pure propaganda work.The author wants you to believe that steroids are the answer to any problems.Steroids will make you live longer, it will cure anything, it will make you happy."Juiced" is first and foremost an effort at justification.

That's a lot of bull.

5 stars for how it happended and who did it.
1 star for the justification, propaganda work.

It means the book is worth 3 stars.

1-0 out of 5 stars I tried, but....
I'm sorry, but I could only make it through about 75 pages of this. I am so thankful that I didn't purchase it and only have it on loan from my library.

I was really interested to hear about this guys take on steroids, but this book is so poorly written--think of a memoir by your obnoxious brother in law who didn't graduate from high school but knows what's best for everyone--and you'll just about have it. Mr. Canseco is more in love with himself than Oprah and more self deluded than Dick Cheney. The 10 or 12 pictures in the middle of the book are all of---guess who?!

Jose is not bright or creative enough to sustain the interest of any mildly intelligent reader. This is fare for Junior High Schoolers, which is kind of terrifying if you think about it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Read if you're a baseball fan
I will shamelessly admit that I bought and read the book hoping for some good locker room dirt and the book certainly delivers some pretty good scoop.

What I got out of the book:

Jose Canseco considers himself a victim of discrimination and "celebrity". He has a grudge against MLB and he takes it out squarely on Mark McGwire - MLB's golden boy during the Canseco era.

Canseco defends his steroid use and is proud to be the go-to-guy for other players on how to use them, combine them, and inject them.

He names names and tells their story. One name he mentions as a steroid user absolutely broke my heart. He mentions Clemens in the book too and for some reason I think there's a deeper story there. I hope it comes to light once Clemens own saga with Steroids is resolved.

I'm glad I read the book. I gave it three stars because its a light read and I didn't wish for the 4 hours back that I spent reading it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Yeah, This Book Says A Lot - Good & Bad
I totally agree with reviewer "future America" about this being a sad state-of-affairs and real comment about our society.Canseco, like all people, is not all good or bad, as he is painted. On one side, he's truthful, bold and transparent. On the other side and extremely egotisticwith that ego leading to astonishing revelations in here divulging his selfishness and the all-about-me syndrome.That's what has become so prevalent in sports and our society so much in recent years.

Reading Canseco's words, you get a clue no man has little knowledge of what is right or wrong.He not only doesn't apologize for his drug-taking, he brags about it and his vast knowledge of steroids.Wow, what a role model for our kids!

I really applauded this guy for doing what the bigwigs in baseball did not do for many years - tell the truth about steroids in baseball.However, the more pages I read in this book, the more disgusted I got at the author. Yes, Jose was vilified for writing this book - and, for that, a number of people owe him an apology - but the guy is such an -ss, it's a reluctant apology.Read this book, and you'll see what I mean.

4-0 out of 5 stars Juiced school review
Juiced By Jose Canseco, the famous baseball player, was interesting and very informative.The autobiography of Jose Canseco's life in and out of baseball shows that he really went through a lot of tough times.
In this book Jose Canseco reveals the he and many other players partly and mostly from his influence started taking steroids to improve their abilities.He also reveals his experience with Major League Baseball.He tells about his experience as a rookie in the minor leagues, where he was looked at as the runt of team.No one believed he had a chance of making it to the professional level.
I liked this book because it revealed some of the players that used steroids.It explained a lot of things that he did to influence them and strategies that he learned to improve himself and his teammates both mentally and physically.
In this book Jose Canseco promotes taking steroids the correct way can be beneficial to an athlete.He recommends being educated about steroids and taking them in appropriate doses.He cautions that the abuse of steroids will have an adverse effect on the body over time.However, the long term effects of his steroid use will only become known as he ages.
I would definately recommend this book.I would recommend it to a baseball fan primarily.I would recommend it to them because the book is mainly about baseball.Overall I think that it was a good book that really opened my eyes on how many professional baseball players are actually take performance enhancing drugs, whether steroids or HGH.
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8. Strength Training For Baseball
by Jose Canseco, dave McKay
 Paperback: 159 Pages (1990-02-28)
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5-0 out of 5 stars Irony?
The actual exercises contained within the text are good.
Most of these are still in practice today amongst high school and college baseball coaches.

However, my point of interest lies in the concluding section of the text.Canseco offers the following advice:

"About steroids, don't use them.Steroids create the illusion of great gains in short periods of time, but they have a debilitating effect on your body chemistry, and in the long run you will be much worse for having used them.The ultimate price you have to pay is far, far greater than any short-term gain.Also, baseball is not a game of large muscle.It is a game of strong, solid, durable muscle.
(Canseco and McKay 1990:159).

Look to his new text, "Juiced", and you'll gain a whole new perspective on the man.Tell me his confession isn't a last ditch attempt to make some money...

5-0 out of 5 stars Attn: Jose Canseco or Baseball Fans (Read Game Face by)
If you want the hard truth about steroids and pro sports then I recommend that you read Game Face by James Chlovechok.

Chlovechok is a sports medicine and steroids experts who has a very well-written and eye-opening book.

Don't read this book if you are scared to find out the truth of what really goes on behind closed doors.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great guide for coaches and advanced players
Jose Canseco, a physically talented... player, spent years with A's trainer Dave McKay.In this work they show the CORRECT exercises to do, starting from an intense stretching regiment through weight training and ending with how to physically become the complete player.Great for those trying to improve their game or get into better playing shape. ... Read more

9. Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball
by Jose Canseco
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10. Jose Canseco, the misunderstood man (Baseball superstars comics)
by Mitsi Herrera
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11. Doping Cases in Baseball: Mark Mcgwire, Jose Canseco, Alex Rodriguez
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Chapters: Mark Mcgwire, Jose Canseco, Alex Rodriguez, List of Major League Baseball Players Suspended for Performance-Enhancing Drugs, Manny Ramirez, David Ortiz, Miguel Tejada, Rafael Palmeiro, Pete Rose, Jr.. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 110. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Alexander Emmanuel "Alex" Rodriguez (born July 27, 1975) is an American professional baseball player of Dominican parentage. Nicknamed "A-Rod", he currently plays third base for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball. He previously played shortstop for the Seattle Mariners and the Texas Rangers. Rodriguez is considered one of the best all-around baseball players of all time. He is the youngest player ever to hit 500 home runs, breaking the record Jimmie Foxx set in 1939. In December 2007, Rodriguez and the Yankees agreed to a 10-year, $275 million contract. This contract was the richest contract in baseball history (breaking his previous record of $252 million). In February 2009, after previously denying use of performance-enhancing drugs, including during a 2007 interview with Katie Couric on 60 Minutes, Rodriguez admitted to using steroids, saying he used them from 2001 to 2003 due to what he called "an enormous amount of pressure" to perform. Rodriguez was born in the Washington Heights section of New York City to a Dominican family. When he was four, Rodriguez and his parents moved to the Dominican Republic, then to Miami, Florida. Rodriguez's favorite baseball players when he was growing up were Keith Hernandez, Dale Murphy, and Cal Ripken, and his favorite team was the New York Mets. Rodriguez was a star shortstop at Miami's Westminster Christian High School. In 100 games he batted .419 with 90 steals. Westminster went on to win the high school national championship in his junior year. He was...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=212472 ... Read more

12. Juiced Wild Times, Rampant Rois Smahsh hits and how baseball got BIG
by Jose Canseco
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13. TV Guide April 6-12 1991 Viewer's Guide to Baseball '91 Bobby Bonilla, Jose Canseco and Roger Clemens on cvr
by TV Guide
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14. Baseball Digest April 1993 Jose Canseco Texas Rangers
by Century Publishing
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15. Major League Baseball Players From Cuba: Jose Canseco, Connie Marrero, Rafael Palmeiro, Luis Tiant, José Contreras, Tony Oliva
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Chapters: Jose Canseco, Connie Marrero, Rafael Palmeiro, Luis Tiant, José Contreras, Tony Oliva, Orlando Hernández, Yunel Escobar, Liván Hernández, Tony Pérez, Kendry Morales, Bert Campaneris, Mike Cuellar, Minnie Miñoso, Joe Azcue, Steve Bellán, Preston Gómez, Yuniesky Betancourt, José Cardenal, Rey Ordóñez, Cookie Rojas, Danys Báez, Michel Hernández, Alexei Ramírez, George Lauzerique, Nelson Santovenia, Alex Sánchez, Paul Casanova, Tony Taylor, Reggie Otero, Dolf Luque, List of Major League Baseball Players From Cuba, Tito Fuentes, Marty Martínez, Sandy Amorós, Diego Seguí, Ozzie Canseco, Luis Aloma, Yoslan Herrera, Zoilo Versalles, Camilo Pascual, Pedro Ramos, Alay Soler, Juan Miranda, Minnie Mendoza, René Arocha, Rolando Arrojo, Orestes Destrade, Chico Fernández, Tony González, Tony Fossas, Eli Marrero, Leo Cárdenas, Ariel Prieto, Sandy Consuegra, Adrian Hernandez, Vladimir Núñez, Bárbaro Garbey, Minnie Rojas, Pancho Herrera, Juan Díaz, José Arcia, Chico Ruiz, Nap Reyes, Michael Tejera, Bárbaro Cañizares, Héctor Maestri, Ossie Alvarez, Leo Posada, Mike Fornieles, Adrián Zabala, Bobby Ramos, Brayan Peña, Ed Bauta, Manuel Cueto, José Zardón, Orlando González, Mike Guerra, Danny Morejón, Marcelino López, Román Mejías, Alberto Castillo, Emilio Palmero, Hansel Izquierdo, Tony Menéndez, Eusebio González, José Acosta, Oscar Zamora, Julio Bécquer, Jorge Toca, Vicente Amor, Merito Acosta, Ángel Fleitas, Gil Torres, Oscar Tuero, José Martínez, Ramón López, Ángel Aragón, José Valdivielso, Bill Ortega, Chico Hernández, Rudy Arias, René Valdez. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 359. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Conrado Eugenio Ramos "Connie" Marrero (born August 11, 1911) is a former Cuban baseball pitcher. The right-handed Marrero pitched in Major League Baseball from 1950 to 1954 for ...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=8497166 ... Read more

16. Fleer 1990 Baseball Cards
by Fleer
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Major League Baseball. Fleer Corp 1990. Printed in USA. ... Read more

17. Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball   [VINDICATED] [Hardcover]
by Jose(Author) Canseco
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18. Beckett Baseball Card Monthly : October 1990 : Jose Canseco Cover
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19. Joueur Cubain de Baseball: Alexei Ramírez, Kendry Morales, José Canseco, Liván Hernández, Alberto Castillo, Yuniesky Betancourt (French Edition)
Paperback: 48 Pages (2010-07-29)
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Asin: 1159506620
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Les achats comprennent une adhésion à l'essai gratuite au club de livres de l'éditeur, dans lequel vous pouvez choisir parmi plus d'un million d'ouvrages, sans frais. Le livre consiste d'articles Wikipedia sur : Alexei Ramírez, Kendry Morales, José Canseco, Liván Hernández, Alberto Castillo, Yuniesky Betancourt, Rafael Palmeiro, José Contreras, Danys Báez, Aroldis Chapman, Raúl Valdes, Luis Tiant, Nelson Santovenia, Brayan Peña, Minnie Miñoso, Yunel Escobar, Tony Pérez. Non illustré. Mises à jour gratuites en ligne. Extrait : Alexei Fernando Ramírez, né le 22 septembre 1981 à Pinar del Río (Cuba), est un joueur cubain de baseball évoluant en Ligue majeure de baseball avec les Chicago White Sox. Champion olympique en 2004 avec l'équipe de Cuba, Ramírez compte après la saison 2009 284 matchs joués pour une moyenne au bâton de 0,283 en Majeure. Alexei joue en club avec la formation des Pinar del Río Vegueros de 2001 à 2007 en Championnat de Cuba. Il connait sa meilleure saison en 2002 avec une moyenne au bâton de 0,342. Sélectionné en équipe de Cuba, il remporte la médaille d'or olympique en 2004. Ramirez participe également à la Classique mondiale de baseball 2006, où les Cubains s'inclinent en finale face au Japon. Il évolue alors principalement comme joueur de deuxième base ou en champ extérieur. Lors de sa dernière saison en club à Cuba en 2007, il compte une moyenne au bâton de 0,338 pour 20 coups de circuit. Sur ses sept saisons au plus haut niveau à Cuba avec Pinar del Rio, sa moyenne au bâton est de 0,335 ; Il est parvenu à se maintenir au-dessus des 0,300 lors des six saisons complètes qu'il a disputé. Ramirez fuit Cuba via la République dominicaine en septembre 2007 et s'engage pour quatre saisons contre 4,75 millions de dollars chez les White Sox de Chicago le 21 décembre 2007. Il effectue ses débuts en Ligue majeure le 31 mars 2008. A l'issue d'une belle première saison en Ligue majeure, notamment marquée par quatre ...http://booksllc.net/?l=fr ... Read more

20. Jose Canseco : Sports Superstars Series
by James R. Rothaus
 Library Binding: 31 Pages (1991-06)
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A biography of the first major league baseball player to hit over forty homeruns and steal over forty bases in a season. ... Read more

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