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The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven: How a Ragtag Group of Fans Took the Fall for Major League Baseball
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1985, ISBN: 9781569762882

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Major League Baseball has had its share of troubled times. In terms of sheer dirt, three scandals rise to the top: Shoeless Joe and the Black Sox, the 1985 Pittsburgh drug trials, and the steroid era. The former and latter have been covered extensively. Yet there has never been a book detailing the biggest drug trials in baseball history. The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven tells the whole story in all its shocking details. The MLB participants were among the game's elite, as a virtual Major League Baseball has had its share of troubled times. In terms of sheer dirt, three scandals rise to the top: Shoeless Joe and the Black Sox, the 1985 Pittsburgh drug trials, and the steroid era. The former and latter have been covered extensively. Yet there has never been a book detailing the biggest drug trials in baseball history. The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven tells the whole story in all its shocking details. The MLB participants were among the game's elite, as a virtual all-star team had come to Pittsburgh. Implicated as cocaine users: Keith Hernandez, Dave Parker, Lee Mazzilli, Dusty Baker, Lonnie Smith, Joaquin Andujar, John Milner, Dale Berra. Mentioned as using amphetamines: Willie Mays, Willie Stargell. But the guys who took the fall for these superstars were just average fans, not heavy hitters or major drug dealers, and this book reveals the often comic circumstances of how they set up deals-and how they got busted. In 1985, it seemed the league was poised to implement a drug testing policy for the players. Obviously, that didn't happen, and because of this inaction, the steroid era came along-and with it all of the broken records that transformed the sport. That's what makes this story so relevant today. Books, Medicine~~Sports Medicine, Pittsburgh-Cocaine-Seven~~Aaron-Skirboll, , , , , , , , , , Chicago Review Press, Incorporated

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Major League Baseball has had its share of troubled times.?In terms of sheer dirt, three scandals rise to the top: Shoeless Joe and the Black Sox, the 1985 Pittsburgh drug trials, and the steroid era. The former and latter have been covered extensively. Yet there has never been a book detailing the biggest drug trials in baseball history. The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven tells the whole story in all its shocking details.?The MLB participants were among the game's elite, as a virtual all-star team had come to Pittsburgh. Implicated as cocaine users: Keith Hernandez, Dave Parker, Lee Mazzilli, Dusty Baker, Lonnie Smith, Joaquin Andujar, John Milner, Dale Berra. Mentioned as using amphetamines: Willie Mays, Willie Stargell. But the guys who took the fall for these superstars were just average fans, not heavy hitters or major drug dealers, and this book reveals the often comic circumstances of how they set up deals--and how they got busted.?In 1985, it seemed the league was poised to implement a drug testing policy for the players. Obviously, that didn't happen, and because of this ina americas,baseball,history,sports and outdoors,state and local Baseball, Chicago Review Press

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Hardback, [PU: Zephyr Press], "The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven" tells the whole story behind the biggest drug trial in baseball's history in all its shocking details. While Keith Hernandez, Dave Parker, Lee Mazzilli, Dusty Baker, Lonnie Smith, Joaquin Andujar, John Milner, and Dale Berra were mentioned as cocaine users, the men who took the fall for these superstars were just average fans, not heavy hitters or major drug dealers., Social & Cultural History

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The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven: How a Ragtag Group of Fans Took the Fall for Major League Baseball
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Skirboll, Aaron J.

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The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven: How a Ragtag Group of Fans Took the Fall for Major League Baseball

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1569762880

"The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven" tells the whole story behind the biggest drug trial in baseball's history in all its shocking details. While Keith Hernandez, Dave Parker, Lee Mazzilli, Dusty Baker, Lonnie Smith, Joaquin Andujar, John Milner, and Dale Berra were mentioned as cocaine users, the men who took the fall for these superstars were just average fans, not heavy hitters or major drug dealers.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781569762882
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1569762880
Version reliée
Date de parution: 2010
Editeur: CHICAGO REVIEW PR
277 Pages
Poids: 0,540 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1569762880

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
1-56976-288-0, 978-1-56976-288-2

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