Superstar ballplayers have personal trainers, which is no surprise. But training generally takes place at the stadium, so trainers want access to the facilities to monitor their clients' training. The steroid scandal is putting an end to that. Interesting.
If you are a player, a tailor-made conditioning program supervised by your own trainer makes sense. But there is a conflict between player and team on this count. Can you imagine 25 personal trainers roaming around the Yankees' clubhouse?