Rick Ankiel reportedly received and presumably took HGH back in 2004. While the pharmacy is in the crosshairs of an investigation of illegal PED prescriptions, it doesn't appear at this time as though Ankiel is in any legal trouble over it. He apparently stopped receiving the HGH right before it was banned by baseball in 2005.
Based on what is currently being reported, Ankiel wouldn't appear to be at risk of suspension, but given the nature of the report -- and its connection to what may very well be BALCO-east (the prescribing outfit is called "THARC") baseball will no doubt be shining a mighty bright light into Ankiel's more sensitive cavities. If it's discovered that he took HGH in 2005 or later, he's gonna get suspended for 50 games.
There has been considerable discussion about why Barry Bonds and to a lesser extent McGwire and Sosa have received so much scrutiny while the transgressions of other players -- including those who, unlike those guys, have tested positive for PEDs -- are virtually ignored by the fans and the press. The answer it seems to me is that the fuss over one's drug use is directly proportional to the damage one is thought to have done to a good story. The cloud over McGwire and Sosa has angered people who were sucked into the 1998 home run drama. Bonds would be treated much like Gary Sheffield is if he hadn't had the nerve to mess with that record and then Hank Aaron and the all-time home run mark.
Ankiel's story has sucked people in. It is my suspicion that no matter what is ultimately found about his HGH use, anyone, particularly any baseball writer, who has had visions of Roy Hobbs while watching Ankiel's comeback will soon cry "betrayal!" and start the process of tearing him down.