Originally Posted by texasdave
Why should a person have to, potentially, put his health in jeopardy to compete with other players who don't mind being cheating dogs?
And whether baseball does or does not test for them is irrelevant. It is against the law. There are some FDA-approved reasons for doctors to prescribe synthetic HGH. I did not see "to become a cheating-dog baseball player" on that list.
Really hard for anyone to argue against this point effectively.