The number of players suspended for, accused of, rumored to be using or otherwise associated with performance-enhancing drugs could fill more than a few 25-man rosters. Those hundreds of players could even start their own PED league, with The Mitchell Report potentially owning an entire division.
As the steroid era (hopefully) comes to a close, many accusations and rumors still cloud the big leagues, with the names of Barry Bonds, Sammy Sosa, and Jeff Bagwell being whispered across the baseball landscape.
The following MLB All-PED 25-man roster only includes those that have tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs or have admitted to PED use during their careers, not those still field rumors and fend off accusations.
Mark McGwire smashed Roger Maris’ home run record in 1998.
Catcher: Benito Santiago – A 20-year MLB veteran, the very reliable Santiago admitted to PED use in year No. 19.
1B: Mark McGwire – If Tony LaRussa had not extended an offer to McGwire in 2010 to becom...