"Officers, when they, if they obtain it, let's say at a fitness club through a contact at a fitness club, they are actually facilitating trafficking," Gamble told CBC News, speaking in general terms about police legislation in Ontario. "So, although what they are doing isn't actually illegal, it is against the Police Act. What you are doing is enabling crime and associating with a criminal in a kind of relationship that is unprofessional so they are actually committing an offence under the Police Act — discreditable conduct."
Despite hitting a career-high 46 home runs in 1998, Canseco drew minimal attention in the free agent market. In 1999, he signed a three-year contract with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays . The contract included a clause stating that if Canseco were to be elected to the Hall of Fame he would be depicted as a member of the Devil Rays. That year he took the American League by storm, hitting 10 home runs in April, and leading the AL with 31 by the All-Star break (including number 400 for his career against Toronto's Kelvim Escobar). On pace for 60+ homers for the season, he was voted to the AL All-Star team as the DH, making his first All Star selection in 7 years. However, he injured his back days before the mid-summer classic and missed the game, as well as the Home Run Derby in Fenway Park. He finished the season with 34 home runs for the 1999 season.