Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre says he doesn’t care that former closer Eric Gagne wrote in his biography that 80 percent of their Los Angeles Dodgers teammates used Human Growth Hormone while the two played together from 1999-2004.
Beltre says Gagne should’ve exposed the players individually.
“He should have named names,” Beltre recently told reporters, according to The Dallas Morning News. “I don’t know what you want me to tell you … For him to say something like that, he should have come out with names instead of a percentage.”
Gagne, the 2003 Cy Young winner, admitted to using over five cycles of HGH during a three-year period of his career.
The book is written in French, so Beltre said he has no intentions of reading it.