Scratch that - just found this article from the Trib, but not the whole article
Testing stand ignites battle; White Sox’ ploy pits baseball vs. union.
Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL) | March 13, 2003
Byline: Phil Rogers and Fred Mitchell
TUCSON, Ariz. _ The short-lived rebellion of players in the White Sox camp Tuesday sparked angry words between the union and representatives of the commissioner’s office.
According to sources, Major League Baseball’s labor official, Rob Manfred, confronted MLB Players Association associate general counsel Gene Orza after Orza apparently persuaded 16 White Sox players to take a required drug screen for steroids.
The players initially had refused to be tested because they wanted to be counted as positive results, ...