The year he turned 35, Roger Clemens struck out 292 batters in the AL East, more than he had ever struck out in any other season of his illustrious career.
The year he turned 43, he posted an ERA of 1.87 (ERA+ of 226).
Those are numbers almost as comic book-y as Bonds' 73, his 762, his seasons of 293474854.340 OPSes.
The greatest hitter and the greatest pitcher of this era of baseball were both having superpower-juice regularly injected into their bodies.
And we may never know the names of all of the hundreds of other users.
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