"It's odd. It's something I've never seen in my 26 years of drug testing," said an anonymous source linked with MLB's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. "I didn't even know it was humanly possible. I mean, everyone's got testosterone. Even small animals have testosterone. Turtles. Baby turtles have more testosterone than Nick Punto. Baffling, really."
League officials have tried cracking down on banned substances in recent years, with Punto's case being the most recent. His case may also be the most unusual though, bringing up a whole new set of questions regarding testosterone and leveling of the playing field.
"Do we suspend him? Do we give him a warning? Do we give him some? It's all up in the air. Right now, we're discussing which options are in the best interest of Major League Baseball," said the anonymous source. "Supplying him with a corked bat isn't outside the realm of possibilities. We just want a fair game out there."