per yahoo sports and the new york times:
Former player: 60-80 percent of players were juicing
Sunday, Dec 9, 2007 7:29 am EST
Former big-leaguer Jack Armstrong, once an all-star game starter, told the New York Daily News that 20%-30% of the players in his era 1988 through 1994 were juicing in a big way. He believes that 60%-80% of players many of them average or even borderline big-leaguers were doing it in a subtler, maintenance kind of way, getting enough of an edge to keep the oversized paychecks coming.
"It's time to call the rats out," Armstrong says. "The guys who did this are cheaters - and that's the bottom line. They are people who made tens of millions of dollars doing something they weren't supposed to do, at the expense of guys who were doing things the right way.
"The biggest key to hitting is how long you can wait on the ball, and how fast you can move the bat through the zone. That's what made Bonds so great; he could wait longer than anyone, and then get his bat through the zone faster than anyone. Don't give me that crap that steroids don't help you hit a ball."
Source: New York Daily News "
Makes me wonder who on the Reds back then was??