What Single-Season Standards Still Matter?
Chat wrap: ESPN.com SweetSpot blogger Rob Neyer talks baseball
We've heard a lot about 1998 in the time since Mark McGwire admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during much of his career. Thankfully, unless you have a penchant for Celine Dion and Savage Garden ballads, we haven't heard much from 1998.
That was the year, of course, when McGwire broke Roger Maris' single-season home run record, a sports record so famous and so cherished that Billy ...
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