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by Larry LeoDecember 7, 2017
I don't know if this is an official announcement, but 53-year-old Rafael Palmeiro is talking like he's making an MLB comeback next season. Per Yardbarker...
quote:Years ago, Palmeiro was named in the Mitchell Report but has strongly denied ever using steroids.
“There’s no doubt in my mind I can do it,” Palmeiro said, via Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. “I’ve taken care of myself really well. I’ve been working out for years. Everything feels better than when I played.”
Moreover, Palmeiro believes he won’t need to play in the minor leagues, and will be given the opportunity to play at the MLB level right off the bat — to play first base, no less.
“If I go to spring training with a legitimate chance to make the team, I won’t have to go to the minors,” he said.
quote:Thoughts on this?
“Maybe 12 years later, if I can come back and prove I don’t need anything as an older player with an older body, then people might think, OK, maybe he didn’t do anything intentionally," Palmeiro told The Athletic.
Filed Under: MLB
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