MLB Warns Players Against Prevalent Use Of Gas Station Boner Pills

Out of all the controversy surrounding steroids in Major League Baseball over the past 40 years… and it’s come to this? Over the counter, gas station boner pills?

According to a report from ESPN, the MLB issued a memo on Monday warning players about the potential side-effects of taking over-the-counter male enhancement products, AKA gas station dick pills. According to the report, use is “prevalent” among players in Major League Baseball.

“Sexual or male enhancement products present a very real risk for drug-tested players,” the memo said, “and the high likelihood for contamination or unidentified ingredients in these products underscores the importance of consuming only those products that are NSF Certified for Sport. We know from experience, that a number of these sexual or male enhancement products — which are sold online, at retail stores, and on the black market, both in the United States and internationally — contain anabolic steroids and other prohibited substances.”

Long story short… if you test positive for roids and blame it on your dick pills, you’re still getting suspended.

Cheating on the field and cheating in the bedroom, you hate to see it…

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