Yeah, he told the truth after he made a career out of being a cheater. Im sorry that I dont find that noble. He had nothing to lose at the time he told the truth. He had no resemblence of a major league career, and he wanted to sell a book. Seriously, you find that honorable? A person who cheats his entire career, and then when its over he reveals he was a cheater through means of a book, in which he was pushing sales.