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Jose Canseco

José Canseco Capas Jr. (born July 2, 1964) is a Cuban-American former Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder and designated hitter. During his time with...

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Jessica Canseco

Jessica Canseco (born Jessica Sekely on December 4, 1972 in Ashland, Ohio) is the former wife of Jose Canseco and author of a biography of her life with...

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Josie Canseco

Purienne. Canseco was born in Weston, Florida. She is the daughter of former Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder and designated hitter Jose Canseco, and...

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Ozzie Canseco

is the identical twin brother of former Major League Baseball player José Canseco. He was manager for the Brownsville Charros of the United League before...

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Doping in baseball

Wells stated that "25 to 40 percent of all Major Leaguers are juiced". Jose Canseco stated on 60 Minutes and in his tell-all book Juiced that as many as...

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Bash Brothers

The Bash Brothers are a duo of former baseball players consisting of Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire. Both prolific home run hitters, the two were teammates...

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The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience

stars Andy Samberg as Jose Canseco and Akiva Schaffer as Mark McGwire. It is presented as a rap album written and performed by Canseco and McGwire in the...

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40–40 club

have collected 40 home runs and 40 stolen bases in a single season. Jose Canseco was the first to achieve this, doing so in 1988 after having predicted...

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Homer at the Bat

Roger Clemens, Wade Boggs, Ken Griffey Jr., Steve Sax, Ozzie Smith, José Canseco, Don Mattingly, Darryl Strawberry and Mike Scioscia all guest starred...

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Juiced (book)

book by Jose Canseco and his personal account of steroid usage in Major League Baseball. The book is autobiographical, and it focuses on Canseco's days...

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Pedro Gomez (journalist)

School in Miami, where he was a year ahead of future major league player Jose Canseco. Gomez then went to Miami-Dade Community College (south campus) and the...

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1988 World Series

average) and José Canseco (42 home runs, 124 RBI, .307 batting average) were in their early 20s, emerging as young superstars. Canseco became the first...

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Independent baseball league

players than any other independent league, including Jose Canseco, Rickey Henderson, Ozzie Canseco, Rubén Sierra, Carlos Baerga, and John Rocker. The Northern...

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List of celebrity boxing matches

23 March 2018. "Canseco knocked out by former NFL return man Sikahema". ESPN. 12 July 2008. Retrieved 18 November 2020. "Jose Canseco fights to a draw...

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1989 World Series

Jose, adding an extra 90 minutes due to the collapse of the Bay Bridge and the I-880 Cypress Street Viaduct. Not long after returning, Jose Canseco (still...

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The Apprentice (American season 11)

Cassidy, and Jose Canseco Fired: David Cassidy – for not putting up a fight and not being as passionate about the task as Jose Canseco and Richard Hatch...

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1990 World Series

Yankees. Their lineup included three former AL Rookies-of-the-Year: José Canseco (1986), Mark McGwire (1987), and Walt Weiss (1988). A's outfielder Willie...

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Oakland Athletics

consecutive pennants and the 1989 World Series behind the "Bash Brothers", Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire, as well as Hall of Famers Dennis Eckersley, Rickey...

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Bret Boone

four-time Gold Glove winner, and participated in 2 Home Run Derbies. Jose Canseco, in his book Juiced, accused Boone of steroid use, saying that in a 2001...

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Elisabeth Röhm

February 24, 2020. "Jermaine Jackson, Angie Everhart, Elisabeth Rohm, Jose Canseco." Dir. Seth Jarrett, Timothy F. Smith, and Erich Storm. Celebrity Close...

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30–30 club

Mays and Rodriguez are also members of the 3,000 hit club. Dale Murphy, Jose Canseco, Barry Bonds, Larry Walker, Jimmy Rollins, Braun and Betts won the Most...

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Robert Shapiro (lawyer)

represented famous athletes, most notably O. J. Simpson, Darryl Strawberry, José Canseco, and Vince Coleman. He has represented other celebrities as well, such...

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List of highest-paid Major League Baseball players

which paid an average of $3 million a year in November 1989, in 1990 Jose Canseco signed for 5 years and $23.5 million, making him the first player to...

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Andy Samberg

Work"; also executive producer The Unauthorized Bash Brothers Experience Jose Canseco Television special; also executive producer The Dark Crystal: Age of...

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The Lonely Island

itself framed as a rap album written and performed by baseball players Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire in the 1980s, while the pair were known as the Bash...

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Choi Hong-man

retired baseball player Jose Canseco in an MMA match on May 26, 2009 as part of its Super Hulk Tournament. Choi beat Canseco in 1 minute 17 seconds. The...

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Angie Everhart

October 19, 2017. "Jermaine Jackson, Angie Everhart, Elisabeth Rohm, Jose Canseco." Dir. Seth Jarrett, Timothy F. Smith, and Erich Storm. Celebrity Close...

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Vindicated (book)

Battle to Save Baseball is a 2008 book written by former baseball player José Canseco. This book, similar to his first, Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids...

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Riff Raff (rapper)

that furthered the artist's internet fame. Those include songs such as "Jose Canseco", and "Marc Jacobs". Then in mid-2011, Riff Raff signed to Soulja Boy's...

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1988 Oakland Athletics season

Oakland Athletics (1) José Canseco – American League Leader Home Runs (42) José Canseco – American League Leader RBIs (124) José Canseco – American League...

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Silver Slugger Award

Burks Jose Canseco Lance Parrish Dave Parker 1991 Cecil Fielder Julio Franco Wade Boggs*† Cal Ripken Jr.† Joe Carter Ken Griffey Jr.† Jose Canseco Mickey...

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Mike Greenwell

leading contender for the American League MVP award in 1988, but lost to Jose Canseco, who had the first 40 home run, 40 stolen base season in baseball history...

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Neal Brennan

pornographic actress Sasha Grey, former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco and comedian/actor Aziz Ansari. In 2014 The Champs was named "Best Podcast"...

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List of Playboy Playmates of 2016

former Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder and designated hitter Jose Canseco and former model Jessica Sekely. She auditioned for the Sports Illustrated...

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1988 Major League Baseball season

the American League's best players in 1988 was Athletics outfielder José Canseco,[citation needed] who became the first player in history to hit 40 home...

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List of Major League Baseball career home run leaders

34 Carlos Delgado 473 35 Chipper Jones* 468 36 Dave Winfield * 465 37 José Canseco 462 Adam Dunn 462 39 Carl Yastrzemski * 452 40 Jeff Bagwell * 449 Vladimir...

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Mark McGwire

they lost in five games; however, McGwire and his fellow Bash Brother, José Canseco, played a large part in the 1989 championship club that defeated the...

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Hollywood Exes

1–3), ex-wife of pop star Prince; Jessica Canseco (season 1–3), ex-wife of former baseball player Jose Canseco; Sheree Fletcher (season 1–3), ex-wife of...

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The Surreal Life

Surreal Life began airing on July 10, 2005, and starred Caprice Bourret, Jose Canseco, Sandy "Pepa" Denton, Janice Dickinson, Carey Hart, Omarosa Manigault...

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1985 Oakland Athletics season

Athletics' on-field performance continued to disappoint, the debut of slugger Jose Canseco gave fans a measure of hope. December 5, 1984: Rickey Henderson, Bert...

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Danny Bonaduce

in early January 2009 that Bonaduce would box retired baseball player José Canseco at a charity event in the Philadelphia area. Bonaduce reportedly trained...

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Jose

Filipino lawyer Jose Gabriel del Rosario Brochero (1840-1914), Argentine priest Jose Moreno Brooks (born 1985), American actor Jose Canseco (born 1964),...

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Idaho Falls Chukars

(1986–87, MGR) Al Martin (1986) Jim Nettles (1984 MGR) Félix José (1984) MLB AS Jose Canseco (1982) 6 × MLB All-Star; 2 × MLB home run leader (1988, 1991);...

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Canseco (surname)

Javier Díez Canseco (born 1948), Peruvian politician Jose Canseco (born 1964), Cuban-American baseball player and manager Ozzie Canseco (born 1964),...

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Golden Baseball League

players with MLB experience (Rickey Henderson, Jose Canseco, Alex Arias, Bud Smith, Desi Wilson, José Lima, Hideki Irabu, Junior Spivey, Mark Prior)....

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2000 New York Yankees season

Mike DiFelice. He tagged Jose Canseco at the plate and proceeded to tag out Tino Martinez who was running right behind Canseco. Mike DiFelice tagged both...

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1988 American League Championship Series

before Game 1, José Canseco denied reports in that day's Washington Post by baseball reporter Thomas Boswell that he had used steroids. Canseco was supported...

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Reading Rainbow

Broderick (Owen) Ruth Buzzi (Miss Nelson is Back) David Canary (Work Song) Jose Canseco Diahann Carroll (Show Way) Dixie Carter (Come a Tide) Lacey Chabert (Snowy...

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Ozzie

American record producer Osvaldo Ozzie Canseco (born 1964), Cuban-born former baseball player, brother of José Canseco Osborne Colson (1916–2006), Canadian...

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Sandy Alderson

minor league system was rebuilt, which bore fruit later that decade as José Canseco (1986), Mark McGwire (1987), and Walt Weiss (1988) were chosen as American...

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Jose Canseco

José Canseco Capas Jr. (born July 2, 1964) is a Cuban-American former Major League Baseball (MLB) outfielder and designated hitter. During his time with the Oakland Athletics, he established himself as one of the premier power hitters in the game. He won the Rookie of the Year (1986), and Most Valuable Player award (1988), and was a six-time All-Star. Canseco is a two-time World Series winner with the Oakland A's (1989) and the New York Yankees (2000). In 1988 Canseco became the first player to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases in one season and won the Silver Slugger award four times: three as an AL outfielder (1988, 1990, 1991), and once as a designated hitter (1998). He ranks 4th all time in A's history with 254 home runs and is one of 14 players in MLB history with 400 home runs and 200 stolen bases. Despite his many injuries during the later part of his career, Canseco averaged 40 home runs, 120 RBIs and 102 runs scored every 162 games. As of 2021, Canseco's 462 career home runs rank him 37th on the MLB all-time list, among active players, slugger Edwin Encarnacion is the closest to Canseco on the list, with 424 home runs. At one time Canseco was the all-time leader in home runs among Latino players; but was later surpassed by Manny Ramirez, Albert Pujols, David Ortiz, Carlos Delgado, Rafael Palmeiro, Alex Rodriguez, Sammy Sosa, and Miguel Cabrera. He was the first player to hit 30 home runs for four different teams: Oakland (1986–88, 1990, 1991), Texas (1994), Toronto (1998), and Tampa Bay (1999). (He also hit 28 home runs for Boston in 1996 while playing only 96 games due to injury). This record was later surpassed by Fred McGriff and Gary Sheffield who did it for five different teams. Canseco admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during his major-league playing career, and in 2005 wrote a tell-all book, Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big, in which he claimed that the vast majority of MLB players use steroids. After retiring from Major League Baseball, he also competed in boxing and mixed martial arts. Although he has not played Major League Baseball since 2001, Canseco has played for numerous minor-league teams over the years, most recently in 2018, when he was 53 years of age, for the Normal CornBelters of the Independent Frontier League. In recent years, he has usually played just a few games per season, but in 2011, he played 64 out of 88 games for the Yuma Scorpions of the North American League. Canseco has played 30 seasons of professional baseball over a span of 36 years between 1982 and 2018.


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