We've all noticed those male enhancement pills next to the register of some gas stations that promise men an ability to last a long time.


Apparently, baseball players have noticed too.

MLB sent out a memo to MLB and minor league players today, advising them in the dangers of consuming over-the-counter sexual-enhancement pills as it pertains to failing drug tests.

Per Jeff Passon of ESPN, who obtained the memo sent to the players, “at least two players this year were suspended for performance-enhancing drugs and claimed the banned substances found in their urine came from the unregulated products.”

Well, color me shocked that an unregulated sexual and/or male enhancement product could contain questionable ingredients. Who would've guessed?

But seriously, whether you're a baseball player or not, take at your own risk.


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