Clemens isn't a surprise. Look at his body type and his performance the 3 years (1992-94) prior to Jose Canseco arriving in Boston and his performance/body type after Canseco became a teammate. Tejada, well, maybe Palmeiro told the truth about one thing. The surprising name is Andy Pettite. Shouldn't be due to his being so close to Clemens, but he never had the body type that made you think steroids. Was there anything in those Mormon Bibles he used to do commercials for allowing him to use these substances? Grimsley/Canseco/Clemens/Pettite makes 4 2000 New York Yankees. Who else did Joe Torre not notice while he was drinking his tea?
Zambrano is a very, very good pitcher on a very, very bad team. Since 2003, his FIP (Fielding-Independent Pitching) is in the top 10 in the National League, his K/BB and HR/9IP ratios have been among the best in baseball ... he's an excellent pitcher.