List of banned substances in baseball

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Major League Baseball's drug policy prohibits players from using, possessing, selling, facilitating the sale of, distributing, or facilitating the distribution of any Drug of Abuse and/or Steroid. Any and all drugs or substances listed under Schedule II of the Controlled Substances Act are considered drugs of abuse covered by the Program. Players who require prescription medication can still use it with a "Therapeutic Use Exemption" granted by the MLB.

List of banned substances (not exhaustive)[edit]

Drugs of abuse[edit]

  1. Natural cannabinoids (e.g., THC, hashish and marijuana)
  2. Synthetic THC and cannabimimetics (e.g., K2 and Spice)
  3. Cocaine
  4. LSD
  5. Opiates (e.g., oxycodone, heroin, codeine, and morphine)
  6. MDMA (Ecstasy)
  7. GHB
  8. Phencyclidine (PCP)

Steroids[edit]

  1. Androstadienedione
  2. Androstanediol
  3. Androstanedione
  4. Androstatrienedione (ATD)
  5. Androstenediol
  6. Androstenedione
  7. Androstenetrione (6-OXO)
  8. Bolandiol
  9. Bolasterone
  10. Boldenone
  11. Boldione
  12. Calusterone
  13. Clenbuterol
  14. Clostebol
  15. Danazol
  16. Dehydrochloromethyltestosterone
  17. Desoxy-methyltestosterone
  18. Δ1-Dihydrotestosterone
  19. 4-Dihydrotestosterone
  20. Drostanolone
  21. Epi-dihydrotestosterone
  22. Epitestosterone
  23. Ethylestrenol
  24. Androstidie
  25. Fluoxymesterone
  26. Formebolone
  27. Furazabol
  28. 13α-Ethyl-17a-hydroxygon-4-en-3-one
  29. Gestrinone
  30. 4-Hydroxytestosterone
  31. 4-Hydroxy-19-nortestosterone
  32. Mestanolone
  33. Mesterolone
  34. Methandienone
  35. Methandriol
  36. Methasterone (Superdrol)
  37. Methenolone
  38. Methyldienolone
  39. Methylnortestosterone
  40. Methyltestosterone
  41. Methyltrienolone (Metribolone)
  42. Mibolerone
  43. 17α-Methyl-Δ1-dihydrotestosterone
  44. Nandrolone
  45. Norandrostenediol
  46. Norandrostenedione
  47. Norbolethone
  48. Norclostebol
  49. Norethandrolone
  50. Oxabolone
  51. Oxandrolone
  52. Oxymesterone
  53. Oxymetholone
  54. Prostanozol
  55. Quinbolone
  56. Selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs)
  57. Stanozolol
  58. Stenbolone
  59. Testosterone
  60. Tetrahydrogestrinone
  61. Tibolone
  62. Trenbolone
  63. Zeranol
  64. Zilpaterol
  65. Any salt, ester or ether of a drug or substance listed above
  66. Human growth hormone (hGH)
  67. Insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), including all isomers of IGF-1 (mechano growth factors)
  68. Gonadotrophins (including LH and hCG)
  69. Aromatase inhibitors, including anastrozole, letrozole, aminoglutethimide, exemestane, formestane, and testolactone
  70. Selective estrogen receptor modulators, including raloxifen, tamoxifen, and toremifen
  71. Other Anti-estrogens, including clomiphene, cyclofenil, and fulvestrant

Stimulants[edit]

  1. Adrafinil
  2. Amfepramone (diethylproprion)
  3. Amiphenazole
  4. Amphetamine
  5. Amphetaminil
  6. Armodafinil
  7. Benfluorex
  8. Benzphetamine
  9. Benzylpiperazine
  10. Bromantan
  11. Carphedon
  12. Cathine (norpseudoephedrine)
  13. Chloroamphetamine
  14. Clobenzorex
  15. Cropropamide
  16. Crotetamide
  17. Dimethylamphetamine
  18. Ephedrine
  19. Etamivan
  20. Ethylamphetamine
  21. Etilefrine
  22. Famprofazone
  23. Fenbutrazate
  24. Fencamfamine
  25. Fenethylline
  26. Fenfluramine
  27. Fenproporex
  28. Furfenorex
  29. Heptaminol
  30. Isometheptene
  31. Meclofenoxate
  32. Mefenorex
  33. Mesocarb
  34. Mephentermine
  35. Methamphetamine (methylamphetamine)
  36. Methylenedioxyamphetamine
  37. Methylephedrine
  38. Methylhexaneamine (dimethylamylamine, DMAA)
  39. Modafinil
  40. Nikethamide
  41. Norfenefrine
  42. Norfenfluramine
  43. Octopamine
  44. Oxilofrine
  45. Pemoline
  46. Pentetrazol
  47. Phentermine
  48. Phenpromethamine
  49. Prenylamine
  50. Prolintane
  51. Phendimetrazine (phenmetrazine)
  52. Propylhexedrine
  53. Pyrovalerone
  54. Sibutramine
  55. Tuaminoheptane

Prohibited Substances may be added to the list only by the unanimous vote of HPAC, provided that the addition by the federal government of a substance to Schedule I, II, or III will automatically result in that substance being added to the list.