... would look like Eric Gagne.
Channeling McGwire's refusal to talk about the past and Giambi's vague apology for ... something, Gagne finally addressed his inclusion in the Mitchell Report.
You ask me, Gagne is one of the worst cheaters (allegedly) involved in baseball's performance-enhancing scandal, because he (allegedly) used steroids to reinvent himself from a bullcrap starter with so-so stuff into a lights-out closer with filthy material. From 1999-2001 he was 11-14 with a 4.80 ERA and 239 strikeouts in 283 innings. He then moved to the bullpen, mysteriously added about 5 mph to his fastball, and from 2002-2004 saved 152 games with a 1.79 ERA and 368 strikeouts in 247 innings.