Somehow Sprague finds it newsworthy to tell the world that he DID NOT do anything illegal during his mediocre playing career, while admitting he, in fact, did "things."
Former Blue Jay Sprague says he used andro, amphetamines
Sprague, now baseball coach at University of the Pacific, said he started using androstenedione in the mid to late 1990s. He hit a career-high 36 home runs in 1996.The very same article mentions that Andro was banned in baseball in 2004, and amphetamines in 2006.
"It could have been '96 ..." Sprague told the Stockton (Calif.) Record. "I could have taken andro then ... and I might have. I don't remember everything I took."
Sprague's last season was 2001.
Still, how fabulous are greenies?