Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, And The Battle To Save Baseball
Vindicated: Big Names, Big Liars, and the Battle to Save Baseball
Vindicated is the New York Times bestselling memoir from Jose Canseco with shocking new details about Major League Baseball's steroid epidemic.
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...