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There's a Conspiracy Keeping Jose Canseco Out Of Mexican League Baseball Because He Uses Testosterone

Jose Canseco latest comeback attempt has apparently ended in embarrassment. According to the Chicago Tribune, Canseco, who was set to play with the Quintana Roo Tigers of the MLB-affiliated Mexican League, refused to take a drug test and admitted he had taken testosterone. Canseco is denying the banishment and you’ll be surprised to learn that he says the testosterone is prescribed and that someone is out to get him.

@JoseCanseco: Someone big wants me out of Mexico .question is who and y

@JoseCanseco: @JoseCanseco Doctors have been monitoring me ever since to make sure my levels are normal.that’s why I don’t use any illegal substances its prescribed

@JoseCanseco: @JoseCanseco Did anyone watch the a&e special last shot Jose canseco about 5 years ago when doctors put me on testosterone therapy because I can’t produce my own

@JoseCanseco: Who is behind the conspiracy and the lies

Yes, those were replies to himself. The true sign of insanity. The only thing higher than Jose’s testosterone levels are his crazy levels. At 47-years-old, he really had delusions of a major league comeback. Canseco last played in the majors in 2001 and a stint with the Quintana Roo Tigers was supposed to be his big break. The question is, who and y does/do someone big want him out of Mexico? Who and y? WHO AND Y!?

Update: Jose is coming unglued on Twitter.

@JoseCanseco: Do you believe in Bigfoot of the loch Ness monster

If they’re involved, Godzilla help us all.

[Chicago Tribune, The Indy Channel, Getty]

Previously: Jose Canseco’s Twitter Meltdown Over His Model Ex, Leila
Previously: Jose Canseco fought a 60-year-old and LOST

 

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