That's what the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting regarding baseball slugger Barry Bonds.
Back in January '03, Dayn Perry covered this beat for Reason in a still-relevant story we called "Pumped-Up Hysteria: Forget the Hype. Steroids Aren't Ruining Baseball."
"In short," concluded Perry, "steroids are a significant threat to neither the health of the players nor the health of the game. Yet the country has returned to panic mode, with both private and public authorities declaring war on tissue-building drugs."
That's more true than ever. Read the whole thing here. And then hit the batting cages.