Jose Canseco , in his book "Juiced", accused Boone of steroid use, saying that in a 2001 spring training game he was stunned at Boone's physique, and the two chatted about what Boone was taking. However, Boone has denied taking steroids, or having any such conversation with Canseco, pointing out that he never played against Canseco during the 2001 spring training.  Despite Boone's claim that he never played against Canseco in the spring of 2001, his Seattle Mariners did in fact play the Anaheim Angels six times during spring training of that year.  However, Canseco never reached second base in any of those games, where the conversation is alleged to have occurred.  Canseco was then cut by the Angels on March 28. 
That was the end of Bonds's time in Pittsburgh. Now 28 years old, he signed a six-year, $ million contract with the Giants, setting records for the largest deal ever (surpassing Cal Ripken's $ million) and the highest average annual value (beating Ryne Sandberg's $ million). Mays offered to un-retire No. 24 for him to wear, but Bonds instead opted for the No. 25 that his father wore as a Giant from 1968 through '74. He lived up to his new contract with another MVP-winning season in 1993, hitting .336/.458/.677; he led the league in the latter two categories, as well as homers (46), RBIs (123) and intentional walks (43). San Francisco won 103 games but lost out to the 104-win Braves for the NL West flag thanks to a pair of homers by Dodgers rookie Mike Piazza on the final day of the season.
Yes, the matches featuring old guys take a lot of shortcuts. Gibson, Morton and Bully Ray ended up beating The Spirit Squad in a six-man tag. Shane Douglas came out, gave a tearful speech about his memories in the building, then was attacked by Nick Aldis (the former Magnus in TNA). Then they ran essentially the same segment again, only it was Joey Mercury cutting a tearful promo then turning on Dreamer to set up an impromptu match. That match was stopped when a “state representative” came out and said Dreamer was too bloodied to continue.