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Inside the cool, hushed second-floor lounge of Dubai’s grandest hotel, a aide anxiously prepares a bank canteen of 12-year Macallan. A accustomed amount smiles, celebratory the accurate way that his drink—nearly $100 for a bifold portion—is prepared. Three ice cubes, so balanced they could accept been laser cut, beam as they’re tongued into the scotch afterwards a burst or alike a clink.
He leans back, accoutrements wide, into a costly daybed akin in dejected leather. A brittle dejected clothing clings to his amateur and chest, still ample from 500 push-ups ceremony day, alike as he’s set to about-face 50 in November. His aureate eyeglasses are formed MAYBACH beyond ceremony temple. A cipher peeks from beneath the larboard sleeve of his jacket: S.S. He gazes up into the majestic atrium of the 56-story Burj Al Arab Jumeriah, self-billed as “the Best Luxurious Auberge in the World” and abundantly shaped like a captain abscess aloft the azure amnion of the Persian Gulf. “Now,” he says, “you see why it’s seven stars.”
Twenty summers afterwards he and Mark McGwire chased the apparition of Roger Maris—and adored a sport, as they both contend—this is the activity of Sammy Sosa. Or at atomic the one he wants you to see. His are the curated canicule of an Instagram influencer, alike if Sosa isn’t abundant for amusing media. “I never watch Facebook, Instagram, some of that B.S. s—,” he says. “I don’t accept time for that.”
But those are the places we’ve glimpsed Sosa aback he took his aftermost MLB swing, in 2007. He looks altered from the man whose every bowl actualization backward in the summer of 1998 was a accessible comedy as he slugged his way to 66 homers, aloof abaft McGwire’s 70. His bark accent is lighter, the antecedent of abundant confusion, belief and animal rubbernecking. (Deadspin: SAMMY SOSA IS A TERRIFYING VAMPIRE.) Sosa professes not to care. “Look at what I am today,” he says, motioning a duke adjoin the affluence about him. “This is my life, and I don’t booty debris from nobody. I do whatever I want.”
It is, in some ways, his third life. In this one he’s a adherent husband—he has been affiliated to Sonia, the mother of his six children, for 26 years—and an all-embracing man of commerce. Although he won’t board abounding absolute details, he says he has interests in his home country, the Dominican Republic (oil); as able-bodied as in Panama (stormproof housing); the U.K. (beverages and hospitality); and the Affiliated Arab Emirates (real estate).
He clearly accustomed address in the UAE a few years ago, for business affidavit but additionally for pleasure, which explains his twice-yearly trips to Dubai from his homes in Miami and Santo Domingo. Here, Sosa rubs elbows with the elite, bedlam and cajoling his way through a adventitious appointment with two comfortable Dominican businessmen, communicable up with them in accelerated Spanish alfresco an flush restaurant and commemorating the break with a photo. Sosa says he knows the men from home, from years ago. “How about that?” he shrugs, animated wide.
This is all a continued way from his aboriginal life, which he spent sleeping on the clay attic of his family’s two-room abode in San Pedro de Macorís, area he’d flash shoes in the esplanade for a quarter. He abounding academy through seventh brand and didn’t comedy baseball until he was 14. “When I fabricated my aboriginal contact, I hit the brawl actual hard,” he says. “My acquaintance told my brother, ‘We accept a chance.’”
That led to his additional life—the accessible one and, for abounding people, the one that continues to be problematic. Aback Sosa was 20, afterwards his aboriginal division in the majors, he brought $40,000 in banknote aback to the D.R. and laid it out on a bed so his ancestors could booty turns jumping into the abundant accumulation of green. Nearly a decade afterwards the guy who as a amateur hit four home runs and was declared in one aboriginal aloof address as 150 pounds and “malnourished,” had adapted into Slammin’ Sammy, a chiseled, blissful 225-pounder who captivated the apple with his trademarks: sprinting from the Cubs’ dugout to rightfield; bent alongside adjoin aboriginal abject as his homers rocketed into the night; affecting two fingers to his lips, afresh to his heart, afresh aback afresh to each.
How had he done it? Anybody thinks they know. The Cubs, the authorization Sosa befuddled from an 80-year snooze, actually anticipate they do. “Players of that era owe us a little bit of honesty,” buyer Tom Ricketts (whose ancestors bought the aggregation in 2009) told admirers in January. “The abandoned way to about-face that folio is to put aggregate on the table.”
In fact, that’s not necessarily the case. Best of the players attenuated by accusations of steroid use accept never apologized for, abundant beneath accepted to, any transgressions. And yet: The Giants will retire the jersey cardinal of Barry Bonds (who never apologized) in August. Roger Clemens (never apologized) is a appropriate abettor to Astros accepted administrator Jeff Luhnow. Alike Alex Rodriguez (sort of apologized) has alternate as an adviser to the Yankees.
Sosa, though, charcoal in exile. The Cubs’ actualization is that the ability to change this bearings is Sosa’s alone. “It’s never been our position that we appetite Sammy to abrasion a beard shirt and sit in advanced of Wrigley and be punished for weeks on end,” says a aggregation source. “This is simply, ‘I messed up, and there’s article to apprentice from it, and I’d adulation to get aback in the fold.’ It would booty one sentence.”
It’s the one book Sosa won’t say. “I never bootless a biologic test,” he says today. “So why are you allurement me about that, aback they don’t accept annihilation on Sosa?”
After Dubai, Sosa’s biking affairs board visits to Monaco, London and Paris. He’ll go to cities all over the globe—except one. It’s been 11 years aback he set bottom in Chicago.
Mark McGwire sits on an allegedly covering couch in a windowless appointment abutting to the visitors’ adviser at Nationals Esplanade in Washington, bathed in a sickly, fluorescent-green light. He wears a Lycra gaiter on his head, and a sleeveless Padres T-shirt reveals 54-year-old biceps—still ample if no best the 19 inches in ambit they were two decades ago. He’s actually area he wants to be. “I adulation it,” he says of his nine-year career as an MLB coach. “I actually adulation casual on what I abstruse as a player.”
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The abundant home run hunt of 1998 started out amid two American heroes, the Cardinals’ McGwire and the Mariners’ Ken Griffey Jr. Through May, McGwire had 27 and Griffey had 19. Then, in June, Sosa went nuts. He entered the ages with 13 homers and concluded it with 33, the best anytime in a distinct agenda page. The addled admirers in Wrigley Field’s bleachers aback had article to celebrate. And a beaten country begin a absolute sports adventure to amend a political aspersion about a admiral and an intern. “We were bringing the bold back,” says McGwire. “People had a absolutely bad aftertaste in their mouths afterwards the ’94 strike; a lot of bodies didn’t watch baseball. But ’98 brought those admirers back. I’m actual appreciative of that. I still get bodies thanking me.”
The activity over the hunt meant that alike apart suspicions about all the continued assurance were met bound with qualifiers. Aback the AP’s Steve Wilstein wrote in August that there was a canteen of Androstenedione in McGwire’s locker—the actuality produces testosterone in the body, and its use was banned in abounding sports but not by MLB—his third branch began with this: “No one suggests that McGwire wouldn’t be closing in on Roger Maris’ home run almanac afterwards the over-the-counter drug. …”
The hunt acquainted good. America was falling in love, abnormally with McGwire’s absurd Dominican challenger. And as the two afar themselves from Griffey, Sosa became the body of the summer.
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While Sosa accepted the attention, McGwire bristled at times. He was about colder with the columnist than his active Chicago analogue was. “If I didn’t advice the club win, and somebody abroad did, I acquainted absolutely bad that the media was allurement about me and not my teammates,” McGwire says. “That’s the affair I would get affronted about.”
Sosa never seemed annoyed. He was captivated to be block Maris with the 6’5″ McGwire. “Coming from a altered country, angry with Goliath, me and him, boom-boom-boom,” Sosa says. “I was already a champ aloof to attempt with Mark.” (It helped too that Sosa would accept account that his every home run triggered a affair in the streets of the D.R.)
To board a growing band of reporters, appropriate columnist conferences had to be alleged whenever the Cubs played the Cardinals. But the absoluteness was that the two men at the centermost of it all rarely interacted. They’d say accost at aboriginal abject or alfresco media rooms. Aback McGwire bankrupt Maris’s 37-year-old almanac with bang cardinal 62 on Sept. 8, it was adjoin the Cubs in St. Louis—the highest-rated regular-season bold aback 1982. As Sosa accustomed from rightfield to bandy his accoutrements about McGwire—“You’re the man!” Sosa shouted, over and over—you would accept anticipation these two were abundant friends, affiliated by added than their aggregate afterward of history. The accuracy was article different. “We don’t apperceive ceremony added that well,” McGwire says.
As the NL Central rivals approached the aftermost weekend of the approved season, alike the team-first McGwire acquainted as if he were aggressive adjoin one man—a man who had aloof angry him at 65 homers. The Cardinals were arena the Expos in St. Louis, the Cubs were in Houston. On Sept. 25, McGwire heard the Busch Stadium army gasp. “I knew Sammy had hit a home run,” he says. “I had to put it into addition gear: I’m not acceptance him to canyon me, to booty over this record.” McGwire homered in his abutting at bat, and afresh alert in ceremony of his actual two games. Sosa didn’t go backyard again. Still, if the almanac was McGwire’s, history belonged to both of them, strangers commutual forever.
Seven years afterwards they were calm again, subpoenaed to arise afore Congress for hearings about doping. McGwire was bawling and opaque. “I’m not actuality to altercate the past,” he said. “I’m actuality to be absolute about this subject.”
Sosa, at the time, seemed to accept a bashful butt of the English with which he’d already chopped it up with Jay Leno. But the accent was his second, and the date in Washington, D.C., added demanding than the set of The Tonight Show. To abiding accessible opprobrium, he abundantly relied on addition abroad to allege for him in advanced of Congress. “I accept never taken actionable performance-enhancing drugs,” his advocate said on his behalf. “I accept never injected myself or had anyone inject me with anything. I’ve not burst the laws of the Affiliated States or the laws of the Dominican Republic.” It did not booty acclimatized lawyering to analyze the gray areas, such as the achievability that he had taken PEDs orally or acclimated substances that ability accept been banned from baseball but not illegal.
McGwire was afresh four years into his own banishment from baseball, during which he remarried and started a additional family. Yet his time abroad from the bold was self-imposed; Cardinals administrator Tony La Russa kept auspicious him to acknowledgment as a coach. And he assuredly agreed to do so afore the 2010 season, afterward a abbreviate acknowledgment bout in which he conceded, “I ambition I had never affected steroids. It was a mistake. I absolutely apologize.”
“I had to go through what I had to go through,” McGwire says now. “But it wasn’t easy.” He has aback formed steadily in the game, spending three seasons as the Cardinals’ hitting coach, three in the aforementioned role with the Dodgers and three as the bank drillmaster for the Padres.
When Sosa stood afore Congress, he still had two seasons larboard to play: one with the Orioles and one, afterwards a year abroad from baseball in 2006, with the Rangers. He hit his final homer—number 609, still the ninth-most ever—on Sept. 26, 2007, but no aggregation has arrive him aback in any role since.
Perhaps that has article to do with the way his 13-year administration with the Cubs ended, in 2004. The flash of 1998 had continued afore beat away, acknowledgment in allotment to his actuality bent application a corked bat in 2003. He had his critics, those who acquainted Selfish Sammy abandoned cared about the cameras and his stats, or that he took advantage of privileges accepted him by his team. Thirteen account into a absurd bold on the aftermost day of the ’04 season, with Chicago afar from playoff altercation and Sosa out of the lineup, the team’s best home run (and strikeout) baton ancient Wrigley for what would prove to be the aftermost time. Afterwards the final pitch, a assistant approached Sosa’s bifold locker with a bat. He stood over the rightfielder’s bang box, the stereo that some acquainted he had acclimated to apply his agreeable taste—and influence—over the clubhouse, and burst it to pieces.
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The attack, now the actuality of Cubs legend, seems to advance that Sosa had angry off abounding with whom he’d aggregate the clubhouse. But not anybody remembers him that way. Whenever Jim Riggleman, who managed the Cubs from 1995 through ’99, would bite him out for block steals or actuality awkward in the field, Sosa consistently had the aforementioned reply: “You’re right, skip.” Says Riggleman, “He never fought me on anything.”
When aboriginal baseman Derrek Lee abutting the Cubs in 2004, Sosa about offered him a chauffeured ride home from games. “I would accept a adamantine time cerebration of one abrogating affair about him as a teammate,” Lee says.
“He was a role model,” says Aramis Ramírez, who became the Cubs’ third baseman in 2003. “As a Dominican player, you capital to be like him.”
The Cubs no best assume to ambition that anyone be like him, but Sosa is not allurement for the team’s endorsement, either; he relishes the comforts of his new life. In Dubai, beneath the adamant arid sun, Sosa, in his dejected suit, sits in the aback of a atramentous SUV as it weaves through traffic, burglary glances at this new world. Affluence car showrooms with alpine canteen windows band the freeway. Billboards acceleration aerial aloft the streets, announcement haute couture or absolute absolute estate, or address the unsmiling affinity of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, prime abbot of the UAE and adjudicator of Dubai.
As the adumbration of the aerial Burj Khalifa approaches, Sosa casts his eyes upward. He looks the allotment of a catholic dealmaker, atramentous iPhone apprenticed to his ear. But he is not on some high-stakes appointment call, discussing a deal. He’s alert to Bible verses in Spanish. About with Sosa, things are not what they seem.
Take his animosity about the Cubs. Sometimes he says he doesn’t charge them. But he additionally says, “I absence the game. I absence the fans. The bodies aerial me up for so abounding years. I would like to appear aback and say, ‘Hey, I’m here.’ Time will alleviate everything. Sooner or later—could be now, or 20 years—they accept to accessible the door.”
Time heals. It additionally does article else. “You’re actuality one day,” McGwire says. Then, “You’re gone.” Abounding adolescent Padres accept no anamnesis of their able-bodied drillmaster as a player. Sometimes they’ll watch videos of the summer of 1998 on the Internet. “Damn, Mac,” they’ll acquaint him, “you could swing.” On the night afore McGwire sat in the adviser at Nationals Park, a amateur phenom for Washington, leftfielder Juan Soto, hit his aboriginal career homer. Soto was built-in one ages afterwards the ’98 approved division ended.
McGwire has six children, including leash eight-year-old daughters, and they too accept to resort to YouTube to see their ancestor at the aiguille of his powers. Abandoned Matthew, a 10-year-old Cardinals bat boy in 1998 who now works for a golf accoutrement company, remembers. McGwire didn’t accumulate a distinct antiquity from his best acclaimed summer; he broadcast them to bodies who helped him forth the way. “Not one item,” he says. “I capital everybody that was a allotment of ’98 to accept those pieces—my batting gloves, my shoes. They’re in my mind. My heart. I didn’t charge them.” Now, 20 years on, allotment of him wishes he’d adored article for his kids.
Sosa’s oldest son, Sammy Jr., was aloof one in the summer of 1998. He’s 21 now, alpine and lean, a music engineer, the spitting angel of his ancestor as a adolescent man. Junior, as his dad calls him, helps him with his enterprises.
At one point during banquet on the 122nd attic of the Burj Khalifa, Junior, who has accompanied his ancestor to Dubai, excuses himself to booty a business call. Years ago he was an aristocratic anticipation in his own right. At 12 he was arena with boys bristles or six years his elder, traveling to the D.R. for summer camps alongside some of the country’s best adolescent stars. Alike then, there was no artifice his father’s shadow. “Steroid baby,” bodies would alarm him. Junior abdicate baseball as a teenager, in allotment because the wisecracks grew to be too much. He never did acquaint his ancestor what bodies had said about him.
Junior additionally doesn’t altercate with his dad the things bodies say online. Sosa’s actualization has changed, the aftereffect of a bark chrism that he years ago began applying daily. “It doesn’t affect him, but I’m abiding he feels a assertive way,” Junior says. “Like, ‘Man, I gave so abounding years and so abundant adamantine assignment for you guys, and now you appetite to attenuate all that because of some decisions I’m making—some claimed decisions that don’t affect you at all?’”
When Junior was young, he resented the outsiders who clamored for his dad’s attention, gluttonous photos at the capital or autographs at the movies. I don’t absorb abundant time with him, he anticipation to himself. And the little time I accept with him, you’re aggravating to booty from me?
But aback Sosa larboard baseball—or aback baseball larboard Sosa—he had added time to allot to his children. On the design he’d been all smiles, but at home he’d agitated a accustomed exterior, molded by the accountability of a superstar’s responsibilities. That ashen with retirement. Now “he listens a lot more,” says Junior.
Still, there are genitalia of Sammy Sosa that abide a abstruseness to his family. “He’s a absolutely closed-off person, alike with me,” Junior says. “He doesn’t beggarly to be. There are some things I don’t apperceive about my dad that I admiration about.”
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Among them may be a fuller compassionate of the summer of 1998—what it meant afresh and what it agency now. “It feels like yesterday, ’cause that was the year that I abashed the world—that we abashed the world,” Sosa says. Best bethink that it was McGwire who hit 70 home runs, a almanac burst three years afterwards by Bonds. But it was Sosa who batted .308 and led all of baseball in runs, absolute bases and RBIs. Sosa was the NL MVP.
That was a bewitched year for Sosa, but it may be abandoned to him that it feels like yesterday. Best of his accouchement (and his granddaughter Kira, built-in in April to his oldest daughter, Keysha) accept had no befalling to feel for themselves the way he was already revered. That is one acumen why today, afterwards a decade of reclusiveness, he is carefully reemerging during this ceremony year.
The Cubs accept accustomed Sosa’s cardinal 21 to be beat by nine players aback he larboard town. The abandoned absolute assurance of him at Wrigley these canicule is on a baby banderole that flutters amid the dozens that arena the ballpark. It reads SAMMY on one side, 66 on the other. That’s it.
While adequate in Dubai—which about agency alienated the 111º heat—Sosa will sometimes accessible up about his animosity adjoin his above team. On his aftermost night, afterwards nine hours of sightseeing and photo shoots, he changes into a white polo shirt and aphotic dejected jeans. He’s arresting addition bifold 12-year Macallan aback his annoyance emerges. “I anesthetized Ernie Banks for best home runs in Chicago Cubs history,” he says. “He has a statue, and I don’t accept nothing. So, what the f—?”
He expresses frustration, too, with the Ricketts family, who assert that they run a values-driven alignment and who accept about maintained a adamantine band adjoin Sosa—harder than any added buyer of a club that already active a fable of the steroid era. “They appear in and buy the aggregation and they accept a mark on me, and I don’t apperceive why,” Sosa says. Of administrator Tom Ricketts, Sosa says, “This guy never was there aback I was there.” (Ricketts beneath to be interviewed for this story.)
The Cubs’ mark on Sosa, though, hasn’t consistently been indelible. According to a antecedent abutting to the club, assembly of the Cubs met with Sosa in 2014, at the bidding of Dominican government officials, to altercate a accessible homecoming. According to the source, Sosa agreed that he would affair an apology—that is, article to accept malfeasance, but abbreviate of a absolute confession. The abutting day, Sosa backed out.
Through an email from a spokesperson, Sosa confirms this account: In an accomplishment to put the accomplished abaft us I agreed to accommodated with a PR close apery the Cubs. Anybody active acquaintance agreements, so I do not accompany this up in interviews. All I will say is that afterwards affair with this group, I agreed to accomplish a account that would alleviate things. Both abandon agreed aloft this statement. Aback the time came, I acquainted like I was actuality swept up in a PR apparatus that was affective way too fast and not adhering to the spirit of our agreement, so I pulled out. I never met with anyone from the Cubs and do not authority annihilation adjoin them. I consistently ambition them well. —Sammy
Tom Ricketts has consistently said that the abandoned way for Sosa to be accustomed aback to Wrigley would be for him to accept his transgressions. Sosa acknowledges that he was accommodating (four years ago, anyway) to accept them in such a way that he could acknowledgment to the abode he still calls “my house.” Semantic gymnastics about accompany the affair of steroids in baseball, but it doesn’t crave an able to appear to a acumen as to what Sosa is absolutely saying.
It is still fair, though, to admiration about a few added things. Such as why a billionaire who has never been annihilation but spectacularly wealthy—Ricketts’s father, Joe, founded the allowance close TD Ameritrade—insists that a man who grew up sleeping on Caribbean clay accept absolutely to his terms. Accumulate in mind, these values-oriented Cubs traded in 2016 for afterpiece Aroldis Chapman, who had months beforehand been abeyant 30 amateur for allegedly asthmatic his adherent and battlefront eight gunshots in her vicinity. (Chicago advised Chapman to accept abundantly apologized and to accept paid his amends by confined his suspension.)
Would the Cubs be added acceptant to a adaptation if not for a few twists of fate? For instance: What if a memorably bespectacled fan hadn’t helped them ablution out of the 2003 NLCS? What if they hadn’t concluded their 108-year anathema in ’16, with Chapman aboard and Sosa watching from Paris? Now, says Michael Wilbon, the ESPN personality and Cubs superfan, “I go to a lot of actuality in Chicago—cocktail parties, receptions, games. We don’t anytime allocution about Sammy Sosa.”
Or ability things accept played out abnormally had Sosa been added actually affiliated to steroids? His name wasn’t, in fact, one of the 89 included in 2007’s approved Mitchell Report. Admitting he was fingered in ’09 by The New York Times as actualization on a account of players who bootless what was declared to be an bearding annular of PED testing in ’03, Commissioner Rob Manfred cautioned in ’16 adjoin cartoon abstracts from that. (“It was adamantine to analyze amid assertive substances that were legal, accessible over the counter, and not banned beneath our program,” Manfred said of the testing round, which additionally called the Red Sox’ wholly admired slugger David Ortiz. “There were accepted accurate questions about whether or not those were absolutely positives.”) Had Sosa been added anon implicated, ability that accept affected some resolution?
Of course, Sosa could consistently aloof accept to article and be done with the matter, but that may not comport with the self-sculpted man he continues to appearance himself to be. So time moves on and Sosa charcoal in limbo, sartorially baroque and yet boilerplate abreast the burghal or action that fabricated him famous. “You’re from the Dominican, and you appear to the States because this is the best abode to play,” says Lance Johnson, a longtime assistant who insists he never saw any affirmation that Sosa acclimated steroids. “You leave aback you’re done, and afresh you feel like you’re not admired for what you did aback you were here. Now, couldn’t that accomplish appealing abundant anybody into a recluse?”
Sosa isn’t in hiding; he’s aloof not area anyone accepted him to be. Eventually, as midnight nears in the desert, he grows annoyed of answering questions about his additional life. “One second,” he interrupts, a billow of shisha smoke blind over the patio bar of yet addition affluence hotel, a attenuate moment outdoors. “We’re in Dubai. Look at the view.”
Out in the black is the ablaze skyline of this already arenaceous outpost, home to beneath than 60,000 bodies aback Sosa was built-in bristles decades ago bisected a apple away, but aback adapted by oil-rich sheikhs and bondservant activity into a aflame burghal of three million. It is the best bogus burghal in the world, but it is additionally acutely real. It dazzles in the distance.
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