* What number of those players do you consider to be elite and how are you determining that?
* Are you saying only elite players in terms of power hitting or are you including elite level average and elite level defense too?
* What do you consider to be a power hitter? Are you talking about players with stadium power or are you talking about players that put up a high number of homeruns throughout the season in games that are played on BLD, 300 and 325 foot fields using the hottest bats ever made and golfballs?
I ask these questions because in terms of today vs yesteryear I would argue that your criteria would make it seem more needed to PED up during the time you played than during today's game. These days you have the best equipment ever manufactured. There are D players throughout the country that could put up the number of homeruns that Major list players do when playing on BLD, 300 and 325 ft fields. Are these players on PEDs and using altered bats? It is much easier to hit for power these days than in the era of single walls and restricted flight balls arguably making it easier for clean players to compete at a higher level as the technology has leveled the playing field.
I don't think that every elite major player is an elite power hitter. I also think that some elite power hitters are not elite major players over all or even major players to begin with. By your standard we are only talking about a small handful of people yet you claim the whole program is tainted.
So here I will do your dirty work for you based upon your own words. Based upon your criteria "YES...it is my belief any player that stays around the top level for many years and is a power hitter has users PED" you have finally given us at least a portion of the names that you believe have used PEDs. The list is as follows with regards to 2020 Major List Players:
2020 USSSA Major List (45 players out of 91 players)