Mike Greenwell wants his MVP

I Want My, I Want My,
I Want My MVP

Mike Greenwell who finished second to "Jose Ruiz" Canseco
in the 1988 MVP voting, wants his just rewards


(Boston Globe Staff Photo / Jim Davis)

Canseco Got His Money for Nothin', Fix for Free

"Where's my MVP?" said Greenwell, now a Fort Myers real estate developer and a volunteer assistant coach for the Riverdale High School baseball team. Greenwell graduated from North Fort Myers High in 1982.

"He's an admitted steroid user," Greenwell said of Canseco. "I was clean. If they're going to start putting asterisks by things, let's put one by the MVP.

"I do have a problem with losing the MVP to an admitted steroids user." -- Ft. Myers News Press


(NewsPress.com Photo / Amanda Inscore)

Looking at Greenwell's guns above,
you have to wonder if Gator is on...

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