What the compelling newspaper articles weren't able to provide is the kind of narrative and inside-baseball look at BALCO that only a book or audiobook could explore. This is the definitive account of the sports story of our times, as written by the journalists who blew it open.
©2006 Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams; (P)2006 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
"Necessary reading for anyone concerned with the steroids era in baseball and track and field and its fallout on sports history." (The New York Times)
Membre since March 2008.
This book definitely shows how so many top athletes used steroids that were undetectable for many years or used pro hormones that were still unregulated at the time but are now considered steroids.
The whole concept how it came to be is what makes this book so appealing.
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