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Jose Canseco

Jose Canseco

Jose Canseco Talks 2017 MLB Hall of Fame Results, Jeff Bagwell and Mark McGwire

The 2017 Baseball Hall of Fame class has been announced, and Jose Canseco is not happy about it.

According to Andrew Simon of MLB.com, Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez all earned the minimum 75 percent of votes needed to get into Cooperstown, New York.  

Jose Canseco vs. Michael Lohan Reportedly Set for Celebrity Boxing Fight

Former Major League Baseball slugger Jose Canseco is reportedly set to return to the ring in a celebrity boxing match against Michael Lohan.

According to TMZ Sports, Damon Feldman of 16 Minuteman promotions said the 51-year-old six-time MLB All-Star will lock horns with actress Lindsey Lohan's father in Los Angeles in September.

Jose Canseco's Bloody Halloween Costume Is Cause for Concern

Trick or treat? How about trick or murder-clown.

That’s what Jose Canseco is dressing up as for Halloween this year, as evidenced by this insane outfit he wore to some spooky red carpet event where costumes of this nature are encouraged.

Jose Canseco Jumps Leagues, Signs with Rio Grande

Jose Canseco, age 48, has left the Worcester Tornadoes of the Can-Am League and signed with the independent Rio Grande Valley WhiteWings of the North American League. 

The Valley Morning Star reports that Canseco—still an official member of the Tornadoes—will make his debut with the WhiteWings in the coming days. 

MLB: "Masters of Disguise"; Barry Bonds, PED's & the Top 20 Sluggers on Steroids

Just as many kids growing up in the late-80's and 90's, I had a huge collection of baseball cards. This was a few years before it began to cost more for a pack of cards than it did for a gallon of milk. It was also when people collected ball-cards in hopes they would be lucky enough to pull out a card of their childhood hero.  

Jose Canseco, Barry Bonds and XX Retired MLB Stars We Wish Would Just Go Away

The scars of MLB's recent past are beginning to heal and fade. The Steroids Era is growing smaller and smaller in the rearview mirror.

It's been over six years since Major League Baseball was first embarrassed on Capitol Hill in the "steroids hearings" of March 2005. Over three years have passed since the release of the Mitchell Report.

Despite the march of time, there are still a handful of retired MLB stars who, well, we simply wish would just go away—Jose Canseco and Roger Clemens among them.

Jose Canseco's 20 Craziest Moments

When it comes to the craziest men in all of sports, Jose Canseco has to top the list.

From attempting an acting career, to challenging former athletes to boxing matches, to taking the infamous baseball off the head in a 1993 regular season game against the Cleveland Indians, Jose Canseco always seems to capture the media spotlight in the biggest of ways.

The former Oakland A's slugger's' most recent debacle came just this past week when he sent his twin brother Ozzie to fill in for him in a scheduled fight at a Hard Rock nightclub on Saturday night.

Jose Canseco: From Independent League Baseball to NBC's The Apprentice

For a time, Jose Canseco wasn't one of the best players in Major League Baseball, he was the best player in baseball.

Canseco became the first player in history to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases in a season. In the 1989 American League Playoffs against the Toronto Blue Jays, Canseco blasted a 484-foot home run into the fifh level of Toronto's Sky Dome, which to this day remains the dome's longest home run. 

Jose Canseco and The Impact of The 2005 Congressional Hearing

Recently I wrote an article asking a very interesting question: “Did Jose Canseco save baseball?” 

I had numerous comments and appreciate everyone who took part in the discussion. I found there were more than two sides to this complex issue. From my point of view, the chain of events that led up to that fateful day in Congress deserves to be looked at more closely. 

MLB: Did Jose Canseco Save Baseball?

The year 2005 was indeed an interesting year in the baseball world.

The Chicago White Sox won their first World Series since 1917, Alex Rodriguez and Albert Pujols were again having monster years and Jason Giambi and Ken Griffey Jr., again, rose to prominence.

The 2005 season was also a breakout year for the former MVP and six-time All-Star, Jose Canseco.

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