Ken Caminiti was the type of ball player that fans loved.

He electrified third base and the batter’s box with a formidable combination of grit, finesse and power.

However, it was what the one-time unanimous NL MVP (1996) did after his playing days that stands above the great fielding plays, all-star appearances and revitalizing the San Diego Padres franchise. 

In 2002, Caminiti came clean about baseball’s worst-kept secret. 

Author Dan Good paints a portrait of a big-hearted man who lived life on the edge and how his public confession forced Major League Baseball to confront its steroid problem.

Join us as Good discusses his book Playing Through the Pain.