Make PEDs legal, have the highly paid Doctors and Trainers supervise it all, then there will be choice and equal access as well as safety. Cheating to me involves doing something that requires no work, most PEDs still require a massive amount of work(95% of you on this BBS would not succeed with using steroids), preparation and planning, and in competitive sports, it's only successful if the talent is there...just check who else is on the banned list.
Yeah, right, people would love to follow a sport where the real competition is over who has the best drug lab and the smartest doctors (read: most expensive in both cases). How inspiring.
Cheating is using an unfair advantage and operating outside the rules, period. If the "Steroid Era" wasn't cheating nothing is.
A .547 OPS is bad. It's beyond bad.
The difference between his home and road numbers is pretty significant, I would be a little worried about that if I were his team.