Major League Baseball Has a Gas Station Sexual-Enhancement Pill Problem

via WSB TV

Don’t we all?

Har har har!

So check out this:

Wait what?

I had to do a triple take after reading that to make sure I had it right.

Jeff Passan, who has impeccable taste in music, wrote this on ESPN:

Major League Baseball in a memo warned about the “very real risk” of over-the-counter sexual-enhancement pills after at least two players this year were suspended for performance-enhancing drugs and said the banned substances found in their urine came from the unregulated products, sources familiar with the situation told ESPN.

The use of over-the-counter pills, which are often purchased at gas stations, is prevalent among baseball players, according to multiple sources. It prompted the league to send out a memo on Monday that outlines the risk of consuming non-NSF-certified supplements.

The memo, obtained by ESPN, warns that “these products are often contaminated with prohibited and unsafe ingredients” and that players are subject to discipline even if they inadvertently ingested a banned substance.

That’s intriguing. I have never heard of anyone ever purchasing one of these products, yet apparently it’s a thing among MLB players.

Have you yourself ever purchased a gas station sexual enhancement pill?

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One Response

  1. I read this as – players on the road stop by convenience stores in different towns to get a little pep after the game before meeting up with the girlfriend they have in each of these towns. Wonder if their wives back home are thinking the same thing.

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