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MLB DRUGS OF ABUSE, PERFORMANCE ENHANCING SUBSTANCES AND
STIMULANTS

All Players shall be prohibited from using, possessing, selling, facilitating the sale of,
distributing, or facilitating the distribution of any Drug of Abuse, Performance Enhancing
Substance and/or Stimulant (collectively referred to as “Prohibited Substances”).

A. Drugs of Abuse

Any and all drugs or substances included on Schedules I and II of the Code of Federal
Regulations’ Schedule of Controlled Substances (“Schedule I or Schedule II”), as amended from
time to time, shall be considered Drugs of Abuse covered by the Program; provided, however,
that the Drugs of Abuse defined as Stimulants in Section 2.C below shall be treated as Stimulants
rather than as Drugs of Abuse where expressly indicated in the Program. The following
substances and their analogs are covered by the Program as Drugs of Abuse, their Schedule
classification notwithstanding:
1. Cocaine
2. LSD
3. Marijuana
4. Opiates (e.g., Heroin, Codeine, Morphine)
5. MDMA (“Ecstasy”)
6. GHB; and
7. Phencyclidine (“PCP”)
B. Performance Enhancing Substances
Any and all anabolic androgenic steroids covered by Schedule III of the Code of Federal
Regulations’ Schedule of Controlled Substances (“Schedule III”), as amended from time to time,
shall be considered Performance Enhancing Substances covered by the Program. Anabolic
androgenic steroids that are not covered by Schedule III but that may not be lawfully obtained or
used in the United States (including “designer steroids”) shall also be considered Performance
Enhancing Substances covered by the Program. In addition, certain hormones and agents with
antiestrogenic activity shall be considered Performance Enhancing Substances covered by the
program. The following is a non-exhaustive list of substances that shall be considered
Performance Enhancing Substances covered by the Program:
1. Androstanediol
2. Androstanedione
3. Androstenediol
4. Androstenedione
5. Bolasterone
6. Boldenone
7. Boldione
8. Calusterone
9. Clenbuterol
10. Clostebol
11. Danazol
12. Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone
13. Desoxy-methyltestosterone
14. 1-dihydrotestosterone
15. 4-dihydrotestosterone
16. Drostanolone
17. Ethylestrenol
18. Fluoxymesterone
19. Formebolone
20. Furazabol
21. 13a-ethyl-17a-hydroxygon-4-en-3-one
22. Gestrinone
23. 4-hydroxytestosterone
24. 4-hydroxy-19-nortestosterone
25. Mestanolone
26. Mesterolone
27. Methandienone
28. Methandriol
29. Methenolone
30. Methyltestosterone
31. Mibolerone
32. 17a-methyl-1-dihydrotestosterone
33. Nandrolone
34. Norandrostenediol
35. Norandrostenedione
36. Norbolethone
37. Norclostebol
38. Norethandrolone
39. Noretiocholanolone
40. Oxabolone
41. Oxandrolone
42. Oxymesterone
43. Oxymetholone
44. Prostanozol
45. Quinbolone
46. Stanozolol
47. Stenbolone
48. Testolactone
49. Testosterone
50. Tetrahydrogestrinone
51. Trenbolone
52. Any salt, ester or ether of a drug or substance listed above; and
53. Human Growth Hormone (“HGH”)
54. Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF-1), including all isomers of IGF-1 sometimes
referred to as Mechano Growth Factors 6
55. Gonadotrophins (including LH and hCG)
56. Aromatase Inhibitors, including Anastrazole, Lestrozole, Aminogluthemide,
Exemestane, Formestane, and Testolactone
57. Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators, including Raloxifene, Tamoxifen and Toremifene
58. Other Anti-estrogens, including Clomiphene, Cyclophenil, and Fulvestrant

C. Stimulants

The following substances shall be considered Stimulants covered by the Program:
1. Amfepramone (Diethylproprion)
2. Amphetamine
3. Amphetaminil
4. Benzphetamine
5. Chloroamphetamine
6. Chlorphentermine
7. Clobenzorex
8. Clortermine
9. Dimethylamphetamine
10. Ephedrine
11. Ethylamphetamine
12. Famprofazone
13. Fencamfamine
14. Fenethylline
15. Fenfluramine
16. Fenproporex
17. Furfenorex
18. Mefenorex
19. Mesocarb
20. Mephentermine
21. Methylphenidate
22. Modafinil
23. Pemoline
24. Phenpentermine
25. Phentermine
26. Prolintane
27. Phendimetrazine (Phenmetrazine)
28. Propylhexedrine
29. Pyrovalerone; and
30. Selegiline

D. Adding Prohibited Substances to the Program
During the term of this Program, Prohibited Substances may be added to this
Section 2 by the agreement of the Parties, except that the addition by the federalgovernment of a substance to Schedule I, II or III shall automatically result in that
substance being added to this Section 2, as a Drug of Abuse, Performance Enhancing
Substance or Stimulant, as appropriate.

MLB Banned substance list