That's because Daulton, via Sports Radio Interviews, recently made some pretty, ahem, bold statements on air with Missanelli relating to his drug use as a professional baseball player. Well, kind of -- he never directly admits to taking steroids, per se, but he apparently did do a lot of drugs.
"If I told you all the drugs that I've taken, Mike, you would open that up as a can of worms (laughing). I don't feel that you or anyone else needs to know anything that I've ever done to respect me. No disrespect, that's just the way I am. I feel if I told you all the drugs I've ever taken that would reflect on someone else. I can assure you there's probably no one in any sport that has taken more drugs than I have and I think people still respect me. It's not what goes in, it's what comes out."Unless, of course, we ARE talking about steroids, then it's mostly what goes in. Notice the supreme lack of respect for Barry Bonds, et al., now that it's been determined they did cheat when they play.
Bear in mind, too, that this was Daulton's response to, "... I'm just trying to pin down, were you using steroids as a player?" from Missanelli on air. Which means that, and I'm reading into it on my own here obviously, you have to assume that Daulton is basically just taking the fifth. Except for the part where he says he's taken tons of drugs.
Because, it's confusing when he more or less says "You don't need to know what I did," and then follows it up with, "I've done SOOOOOOOO many drugs, brah." It makes no sense, and I suppose we can chuckle at it now, or something, because he's moved along. But the reality is that if Daulton's willing to laugh -- on a nationally available radio show, no less -- about his drug use, then it would be a lot easier if he'd just be honest and get everything out on the table, so we can stop speculating about certain people.