Found August 06, 2013 on
Controversial former player and current hitting coach Mark McGwire
talked about MLB's most recent PED scandal, among many other
BEST OF MAXIM
ST. LOUIS -- On baseball's day of reckoning for the Biogenesis scandal, which coincidentally was also Mark McGwire's first time back at Busch Stadium since 2012, the former Cardinals slugger agreed to talk to the media.
As soon as the Dodgers finished batting practice, McGwire walked off the field, took a seat in the visitors' dugout and the questions began.
WHAT'S DONE IS DONE
Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire, commenting on the recent suspensions, said that he has all but given up on any chance of being inducted in the Hall of Fame.
There are very players in history who have benefited more from using performance-enhancing drugs than Mark McGwire.McGwire, 49, captured the imagination and souls of baseball fans everywhere in the late-1990s by crushing tape-measure home runs game-after-game. The public didn't know it at the time, but McGwire's amazing display of power was aided by more than just natural...
Mark McGwire's first trip to Busch Stadium in a visitor's uniform was focused more on his past instead of the homecoming.
The Los Angeles Dodgers hitting coach and former Cardinals home run king said Monday that his opinion about the penalties Major League Baseball handed down for performance-enhancing drugs is not as important than those of current players.