I think the steroids ended up hurting Giambi more than they helped him.
Hes the kind of hitter that relies more on talent (eyesight, pitch selection) than on physical abilities.
The past couple of years, just about every team in the league implemented a huge shift for Giambi (3 infielders on the right side, all OF's shifted way over to rightfield)...but he just kept trying to pull homeruns.
Without the steroids, I think he may hit less homers, but will go back to using the whole field a lot better.
Last edited by Conner on Sun Mar 13, 2005 9:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.