Obviously the players who have done so are known juicers, but I'm just curious if anyone thinks a modern player can do it without the juice.
For an era that everyone claims is incredibly easy to hit homeruns, I've always found it interesting how many of the top homeruns seasons were done by juicers. Including many 50+ homerun seasons too. In fact, Howard's 58 in 2006 is the the highest total done by a modern player who hasn't been linked to steroids. After that you have Griffey who hit 56 twice. If it really is that easy to be a homerun hitter in today's age, why hasn't one player not linked to roids been able to smash 60 or more homeruns?