Bonds has already been convicted in the court of public opinion. The question is whether a jury trial was necessary to rubber-stamp that "conviction."
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Phillies pitcher Kyle Kendrick had his World Series ring stolen from his Seattle home. Of course police have nothing to go on. They've never seen a World Series ring in Seattle before.
The government is willing to take down Bonds and in doing so blemish baseball so they can push their personal zero-tolerance agenda for drug use.
How's that trade working out? The Knicks are 7-9 since acquiring Carmelo Anthony. (Another meltdown against the Celtics.) Denver is 10-4 since trading their superstar.
There were 5.9 million entries in the ESPN bracket contest. After Friday, there were no perfect brackets left. One person has 15 of the 16 teams still alive.
Do people not understand that Michael Vick represents what you can do if you put your mind to it? That even if you mess up, you can learn from your mistakes and change your ways?
"Misfits and castoffs."
That's what some are calling San Francisco's surprise World Series contenders, the Giants. After defeating the Philadelphia P...
Pre-trial filings last week in USA v. Barry Bonds foreshadow not only next March's highly anticipated San Francisco trial of the former slugger but also what may await Lance Armstrong.
Cyclists may not be the only ones who have broken rules.
Bonds has long been accused of taking steroids to achieve greatness on the field of play. Now the United States Court of Appeals has definitively ruled that Bonds' main antagonist, Jeff Novitsky, also let the ends justify the means.
The amount of newspaper space and airtime debating Derek Jeter will be ginormous over the next month. Two reasons. He's slumping and his contract is up.
Just how exciting is A-Rod's quest for 600 homers? I compared his quest to watching paint dry, and decided that watching paint dry is more exciting.
If Lance Armstrong needed evidence that the federal investigation into alleged fraud and sports doping on the US Postal team was not going away any time soon, here it is.
Let me start off by saying I'm not the biggest Terrell Owens fan in the world. But as sports fans and even journalists, we rarely get to see the "true" person.
Since you can't tell your nuclear players apart without a Nuclear Players Scorecard, here they are, with my official Threat Level grading.
The $50 million federal crusade to imprison Barry Bonds is running short of courts, time and cash. Whether you love or hate the former slugger, it's time to let this one go.
Is anyone all misty-eyed that the Nets, after 29 seasons, played their last game last night in the Meadowlands? (They lost.) Their plan? Newark then Brooklyn.
Many athletes are so determined to treat their bodies with substances that promise them competitive advantage, that they are easily duped by empty nostrums and medical charlatans.
With the return of baseball this week, I thought it might be interesting to take a look back at Major League Baseball's all time leading home run hitter, Barry Bonds.
This is a story that raises the age-old questions of why we need heroes, and what we do when we find that they have failed to live up to our ideals.
The next time you confusedly see in a 6'1'', 180 lbs. wide receiver running nude through the park, Chad Ochocinco's question remains: Why wouldn't he?
"I did this for health purposes," McGwire told Costas. This from a man who, while on the juice, put on 30 pounds of muscle, sported biceps like bazookas, and clocked home-runs off checked swings.
Former Chicago White Sox catcher and Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk had some not-so-nice things to say about steroid abusers in baseball Tuesday, calling ...
What's the moral of Mark McGwire's decade-late, half-baked steroids confession? White sluggers who juice get jobs, black all-time home run kings get indicted and run out of the game.
He retired from the game just before the Steroid Era came to light. While he previously denied illegal performance enhancing drug use, those denials stopped when under penalty of perjury.
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