6.22: Dale Tafoya says "most players were juicing"
It's not like Major League Baseball figured out first they had a problem they wanted to help. Major League Baseball was exposed you know and and people think you know Canseco first started all this but the first player to really come out to say talk about steroids was contaminated. And the course bus pulled the article mediate during the playoffs. And which baseball ignored and it absolutely -- with the whole nation you know the Boston -- worst. Channing steroid Tom Boswell or how about -- -- must watch him post. And so a lot of -- you think that that bathroom stall in the Oakland coliseum aren't worth. Jose says he injected McGwire should the bathrooms -- -- the also have. -- -- Maybe the hall Shane -- I -- say yes that is you is that you believe most of everything Jose says after the trip what what do you think he's saying that isn't true because so far everything it's. Seen him maybe was right I just think he really inflates he played some stuff -- to to help is on benefits you know. To make himself more credible but I do think I mean if you look at his track record when he think you know McGwire and then he starts handing. You know -- Derosa right A-Rod but you gotta you gotta understand that. The majority of the premier players that are playing in the late nineties and early part of the -- millennium were would you say it's no way if if Sam but the about at --
"Bash Brothers: A Legacy Subpoenaed" Author Dale Tafoya believes a majority of baseball players in the late 90's and early 2000's were using performance enhancing drugs.