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Baseball's 'tainted' homer king cleared of lying to drug probe

San Francisco - Baseball star Barry Bonds was cleared Wednesday of criminally misleading his sport's 2003 drug probe when a federal appeals court ruled that a “rambling, nonresponsive answer” he gave to a grand jury was not obstruction of justice.

Op-Ed: Alex Rodriguez drops doping lawsuits

Although he claims to plan to resume his baseball career a year from now, suspended New York Yankees’ third baseman Alex Rodriguez has dropped lawsuits against baseball and the players’ union.

Op-Ed: Alex Rodriguez unlikely to ever play baseball again

Baseball sold its soul to the devil when it ignored the widespread use of performance enhancement drugs. But they made a bad deal because Satan can’t match science. Goodbye Alex.

Plaque to commemorate Barry Bonds homer 756 missing from park

The plaque that was erected in honor of Barry Bonds' 756th home run, the one that vaulted him past Hank Aaron into the all-time MLB home run leadership, is gone. San Francisco Giants spokeswoman Staci Slaughter said today it's been missing several days.

Barry Bonds hits home run with light sentence

A U.S. district court judge has sentenced Barry Bonds to house arrest for his conviction by jury for obstruction of justice.

Op-Ed: Baseball Needs to Clean Up Its Act

Baseball has had one black eye after another and has never really recovered from one problem to the next, now that Mark McGwire who the league hung their hats on has admitted to using steroids.

Op-Ed: Botox and Steroids - Rachel Weisz Chimes In

Actress Rachel Weisz wants Botox banned for actors like "steroids are for sportsmen." She tells the UK edition of Harper's Bazaar: "Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron out a frown?"

People Hate Barry Bonds Like a Pit Bull Banker

Barry Bonds was the epitome of the baseball champion. He made records and took high honors for his batting average and baseball heroics. Now he is being batted around badly with the crippling weight of blows by former fans for taking steroids.

Op-Ed: Is The Greatest Of All Time, Barry Bonds, Being Shafted?

We saw many legendary faces and heard the names of many more legends mentioned in the coverage of the MLB All-Star game festivities this past week in Yankee Stadium, "The House That Ruth Built." There was one conspicuous absence however….Barry Bonds.

AT&T Park Removes Bond's Image

Barry Bonds may have made a name for himself playing at AT&T Park in San Francisco but his image no longer is anywhere to be seen. Gone are the '756' signs that signaled the race for Bonds to break Hank Aaron's home run record.

Baseball's Barry Bonds Pleads Not Guilty

Baseball legend Barry Bonds, 43, plead not guilty this morning in U.S. District Court in San Francisco to one count of obstruction of justice and four counts of perjury. Bonds, a seven-time National League MVP, allegedly used steroids and lied about it.

Fate of Barry Bonds' Home Run Ball Decided

Fashion Designer Marc Ecko bought Barry Bonds' record-breaking home run ball - number 756 - for over $750,000. He then put the fate of the ball in the hands of the public. The results are in...

Barry Bonds and 756 - Let It Be

I haven't been a fan of Barry Bonds since he broke Pittsburgh Pirates fans hearts after the 1992 season and signed with the Giants for a lot more money than the small-market Bucs were able to offer him.

Bonds hits 755

Commissioner Bud Selig looked unimpressed as he watched Barry Bonds tie Hank Aaron for the most home runs hit in Major League Baseball. Bonds hit his home run in the second inning of Saturday's game versus the San Diego Padres.

Barry Bonds Needs One More ... Will It Be Anything More Than An Asterisks?

On Friday, July 27, 2007, Barry Bonds hit his 754th career home run off a pitcher from the Netherlands who plays for the Marlins; now all he needs is one more home run to tie Hank Aaron's record. After that, will it be anything other than an asterisks?

Report Says Barry Bonds Failed Amphetamine Test

Baseball's dirty little secret is starting to be dragged more into the public eye after news broke that Barry Bonds failed a test for amphetamines.

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RELIEVED: Baseball s homer king  Barry Bonds  comes to bat in the third inning of a Giants game in J...
RELIEVED: Baseball's homer king, Barry Bonds, comes to bat in the third inning of a Giants game in July 2007. Bonds was cleared by a federal appeals court Wednesday of obstructing a grand jury investigating baseball's links to a notorious drug lab.
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Roger Clemens speaks to reporters in 2007  the year the Mitchell report was created by Democrat Geor...
Roger Clemens speaks to reporters in 2007, the year the Mitchell report was created by Democrat George Mitchell.
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Barry Bonds in action
Barry Bonds in action
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