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How will the Barry Bonds scandal end?
Wed, November 14, 2007

Even if Barry Bonds is poised to break the home run record right there in Atlanta, Hank Aaron is not going.

Period. "I will never reconsider my decision," Aaron told The Associated Press in a telephone interview Tuesday from his adopted hometown.

Bonds is 10 homers from matching the 755 mark that Aaron set during a 23-year career with the Milwaukee and Atlanta Braves, and the Milwaukee Brewers.

What are you thoughts on the Barry Bonds saga? Have your say in our forum.



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Hi Ben,

Bonds is being accused of lying under oath. Far more egregious than taking 'roids.
O RLY?, 2007-11-16 10:45:09

Why is Bonds the only one being indicted? Didn't Raf palmeiro say he didn't take roids, and then tested positive? What about others? What makes Bonds so different, aside from the fact he has the record? They're trying to make an example of him
Ben TO, 2007-11-16 10:33:13

Its grandstanding to make a point. There is no evidence. Nothing will come of it. Its a threat from an annoyed baseball fan in a political office. It will be left as an open indictment like so many others before. Cheating has been the american way throughout US history. They glorify their criminals. Check out number one at the box office. American gangsta. They love them and hate them. They hated bonds so much they sold him out at every game.
wayne, 2007-11-16 08:39:54

No one likes Bonds in the media.....just another witch hunt to me. Most in sports cheat so it's only a big deal when the media goes after them....you can dig up dirt on most any athlete and once a seed is planted you will get believers whether there is truth or not
Pappy, 2007-11-16 01:37:51

Doing time in prison I hope!!!
Jimmy, 2007-11-15 18:21:23

On this same thread, I wonder to what extent that MLB investigator George Mitchell has keyed on Gary Sheffield. I recall when Sheffield was still with the Atlanta Braves (circa 1998-2000). Early one season, TBS commentators observed that Sheffield spent part of his off season training with Barry Bonds out in California. The inference was that Sheffield reached a point to drop out because "he didn't like the way he felt..." so he left Bonds' regimen and returned back home. Certainly no one knew what any of that likely meant back then, but let your imagination ramble...
Mel Auten, 2007-05-24 00:35:14

Personally, I think the opportunity to sanction Bonds has passed MLB by. (Bud) Selig had the opportunity but sadly missed on the timing. The barn door is long off its hinges, the horse has gone, and that's how it will likely end. Bonds grabs his prize, and will continue to play the duck as long as everyone lets him. Why not? It's worked so far!

In a mean-spirited way, Donald Fehr and his Player's Union have stonewalled any effort to get at the truth. This hurts baseball more than what any player should expect for loyalty to a cause unworthy. Fans of baseball do not deserve this indignity!
Mel Auten, 2007-05-22 23:27:47

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