Prohibited Substance Thursday: Stimulants

by Bill Chuck on November 29, 2012

According to MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL’S JOINT DRUG PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM

All Players shall be prohibited from using, possessing, selling, facilitating the sale of, distributing, or facilitating the distribution of any Drug of Abuse, Performance Enhancing Substance and/or Stimulant (collectively referred to as “Prohibited Substances”).

C. Stimulants
The following substances shall be considered Stimulants covered by the Program:

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 10
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. Methylphenidate
40. Modafinil
41. Nikethamide
42. Norfenefrine
43. Norfenfluramine
44. Octopamine
45. Oxilofrine
46. Pemoline
47. Pentetrazol
48. Phentermine
49. Phenpromethamine
50. Prenylamine
51. Prolintane
52. Phendimetrazine (Phenmetrazine)
53. Propylhexedrine
54. Pyrovalerone
55. Sibutramine
56. Tuaminoheptane

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