If everyone took andro, McGwire still would be the only one with 62 home runs. He hit 49 as a much skinnier rookie, and his best attribute then, as now, was his timing.
At this point, Davis' real competition isn't himself, but Yankees single-season legend Roger Maris, who Davis and most straight thinkers consider the legitimate single-season home-run record holder for his hallowed 61 home runs in 1961. At this point, it's obvious that all those 60-something homer hitters and those two 70-homer hitters had a little help to unseat Maris, who is being re-seated at No. 1 by right-thinkers.