Baltimore Orioles: Either way, Jay Gibbons was going to be the go-to guy for the media in the midst of the ongoing steroid rage of Spring 2004. For one thing, he is the team's player representative, so he is going to get questions regarding the union's stance on steroid testing. For another, he is the best physical specimen on the team, so he is going to have to field questions about his own status. This, obviously, is not to his liking, reports the Baltimore Sun. "It's kind of like people are being convicted before they're even tested. Nobody knows who did what, you know what I mean? And it's really frustrating for a guy who works so hard, just to be accused of something."
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