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His defense declined faster than his offense did.
It was really foolish of Brady Anderson to stop taking steroids after that one year.
McGriff peaked quite early in his career, when he was in his mid-20's, and then had a long and very slow decline through a long career.
(Unlike the steroids users, McGriff also rarely missed any games-on average fewer than seven per year from 1988-98.)
He hit 28 fewer career home runs than Willie McCovey. Keeping track of exactly what constitutes "too many" is hard work.
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