This is exactly why I'm in support of the ban as well. If you unban HGH, it's going to be the expectation that all players should be on the substance, perhaps even year-round (since most baseball players will be seeing muscle fatigue that HGH could help with as the season goes on). What happens if a player doesn't want to take HGH? He's at an inherent disadvantage to EVERYONE around him. What happens if there are side effects for some players? Do they lose value because they physically can't take it? If HGH is legalized, where is the line drawn for what players can and can't take? Are amphetamines legalized because they help players focus in the game more? I know that it's wrong to assume a slippery slope, but if we legalize HGH, you can't tell me that other banned substances aren't going to come under question as well.