I had to vote he is on it. I saw before and after pictures between the offseasons leading to his HR record. That guy put on something like 30#'s of ripped muscle. 30#'s of ripped muscle is tough enough to do for a newbie getting into fitness for the first time ever in that time period. As is part of the weight lifting/body building sub-culture that is known as newbie gains. The more you work and gain the harder and longer it takes to keep packing on muscle after the first year or so of lifting. To think he qualifies as a newbie to fitness and weight trainning between the 2000 offseason and 2001 season is absurd, kinda like Brett Boone's sudden power surge that year.
Last of all, his voice has seemed much higher pitched than usual during his interviews over the past few years................something had to shrink to hit those notes
Lol, I dont really care what he takes but this thread was fun to reply to.
"Son we would like to keep you around here but were trying to win a pennant this year."