Carlos Gomez is not happy at all with the doping tests' situation that is having a strong and negative impact, especially with the suspensions of his fellow countrymen Robinson Cano and Welington Castillo.
Carlos Gómez has clear of which is what bothers him about the situation of the anti-doping tests and the Rays outfielder talked about this situation with Marc Topkin of Tampa Bay Times:
It's not random. They pick names. Tell the truth. Tell the truth to the baseball world. You're going to tell me this is random? It's not 1930 anymore. People know. You can come any time; I'm available to do a drug test. But don't tell people it's random. That's the only complaint that I have.
Gómez, who has never tested positive, says that he is not against the tests, but thinks that MLB is not being honest with the choice of those who have been tested:
I'm not upset, I just want the right answer. Why can't they tell us this is not random. Why is that complicated? I'm going to continue to say this is not random until they show us.
The player had already said that MLB only selects veteran and Latino players to submit them to the tests