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 NEW YORK (AP) -Jose Canseco was approached by two employees from Major League Baseball before a book signing appearance, and the lawyer for the former AL MVP said they asked for assistance in drug investigations.
``You could have knocked us over with a feather,'' Canseco's lawyer, Robert Saunooke, said Thursday. ``Four years of denial and treating him as a pariah, and now they want his help''
Noble bookstore in Manhattan.
``We asked, `Why didn't you come before?''' Saunooke said, ``and they said, `Those are good points. You're right, and now we want you help. Anything you can do to help us, we would be very interested in.' ``
Saunooke said that he or Canseco would call them when Canseco finishes a book tour that is scheduled to run through next week.

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