Numbers on Steroids: Ken Caminiti

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Numbers on Steroids is a look at baseball players during the 90s to see if anything screams out at you.

Mr. Caminiti won an MVP award. That's pretty much a joke. Let's look at when he all of a sudden became the roided superman.

Averages Say: Mediocre in his 20s but Superb in His 30s?

At Bats Per Home Run Says: And at 31 He Became a Power Hitter

Explaining It Away

Umm... Umm.. Umm... He was a late bloomer? Seriously I've got nothing. How many players in the history of baseball became twice the player in their 30s that they were in their 20s? His best 7 seasons came in his 30s. Not one of his best 7 seasons came in his 20s. That's ridiculous.

The Verdict

Well he admitted steroid use so that makes it factual, but the evidence is quite strong even without the admition. Ken Caminiti should be the poster-boy for what steroid use can do. He grew from a good baseball player to an MVP in his 30s. He screwed up his body and his mind and died at the age of 41.

Words Can Not Describe How Blatantly Obvious This Is

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