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Laredo Broncos' President/General Manager Jose Melendez, left, hands former Major League Baseball slugger Jose Canseco, his new team jersey at a news conference announcing Canseco's signing in Laredo, Texas, Monday aug. 16, 2010. The independent minor league team said that Canseco will serve as bench coach and designated hitter during two Broncos' homestands starting Monday. The former American League MVP who admitted to using steroids and alleged that several other players did too, formerly played with two teams in the independent Golden League in 2006. (AP Photo/Laredo MorningTimes, Ulysses S. Romero)
Photo by: Ulysses S. Romero
Laredo Broncos' President/General Manager Jose Melendez, left, hands former Major League Baseball slugger Jose Canseco, his new team jersey at a news conference announcing Canseco's signing in Laredo, Texas, Monday aug. 16, 2010. The independent minor league team said that Canseco will serve as bench coach and designated hitter during two Broncos' homestands starting Monday. The former American League MVP who admitted to using steroids and alleged that several other players did too, formerly played with two teams in the independent Golden League in 2006. (AP Photo/Laredo MorningTimes, Ulysses S. Romero)

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