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status of barry bonds trial--what do you think/hope happens

f**k Yah

GOAT

The prosecution's key witnesses will all get whacked before they can take the stand. The DA will have no choice but to drop the case.

Barry will go on to win the next Dancing with the Stars, but will be stripped of the title when the show's producers discover that he was taking small doses of Richard Simmons sweat right before taking the stage.
Old ass piss that could have been tampered with is irrefutable.
  • Mex49
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Our Government is spending money it doesn't have chasing a player who has long since retired for a crime MLB didn't care to investigate while it was making millions.


Thanks a lot dick heads
i think hes going to get off. the judge wants to throw out some key evidence because its hearsay and would affect the case negatively without real evidence.

whether you liked Bonds or not, he was one of the greatest baseball players who ever lived. steroids, no steroids, he knew, he didnt know, whatever. he was a HOF player before he bulked up, hes still a HOF player. he wouldve still been the only player ever to hit 600 HR and steal 500 bases. he was an 8 time GG LF, and a 7 time NL MVP.

so many players used PED's during that era, you cant blame one guy or add asterisks to one person because he was the best, or the most hated.

Bonds NEVER ONCE tested positive for ANYTHING illegal. not once. at the time he took whatever he took, it was a perfectly legal substance. just like greenies, or any other "leaded" coffee, drugs, etc that players had been taking for decades.

if he was a nicer guy, nobody would be trying to crucify him. A-Rod took BANNED substances, tested positive for CHEATING, and since he doesnt tell the media to suck a fat one and walk off, nobody really cares or remember what he did. and hes probably going to pass Bonds before its said and done, and do it without the death threats.

Barry Bonds was the greatest and most feared hitter of his generation. he wasnt even at his peak performance wise in the 90's, and he won the title of baseball player of the decade. being a Giants fan, i watched him everyday. to say that some cream and clear substances directly allowed him to stand in the box and time out pitches like he did, and hit them so squarely, is foolishness.

he got some power benefits no doubt, and definitely the ability to play at a high level longer than normal, but his pure ability as a hitter, and just how great he was at it, deserves to be remembered as such, and not for needles and creams.

his HOF plaque should read "Barry Lamar Bonds was the greatest and most feared hitter of his era. he was a 7 time NL MVP, and broke Hank Aarons all time HR record, the single season HR record, stole 500 bases, and was an 8 time gold glove OF." and if they want to bring up steroids, they can add that he was a controversial player during a era of PED's. even then, if they had to add a sidenote about cheating, every player in history would have something. they didnt say "Gaylord Perry was a great pitcher, but used a spitball to gain the upperhand".

its best if they didnt open Pandoras Box in Cooperstown. let the fans have their own opinions.
Bonds better make the Hall of Fame, and if they wanna put an asterisk beside his name, then they gotta go back and do that for everything tainted by steroids. (Red Sox 2 recent championships)
Originally posted by Niners99:
i think hes going to get off. the judge wants to throw out some key evidence because its hearsay and would affect the case negatively without real evidence.

whether you liked Bonds or not, he was one of the greatest baseball players who ever lived. steroids, no steroids, he knew, he didnt know, whatever. he was a HOF player before he bulked up, hes still a HOF player. he wouldve still been the only player ever to hit 600 HR and steal 500 bases. he was an 8 time GG LF, and a 7 time NL MVP.

so many players used PED's during that era, you cant blame one guy or add asterisks to one person because he was the best, or the most hated.

Bonds NEVER ONCE tested positive for ANYTHING illegal. not once. at the time he took whatever he took, it was a perfectly legal substance. just like greenies, or any other "leaded" coffee, drugs, etc that players had been taking for decades.

if he was a nicer guy, nobody would be trying to crucify him. A-Rod took BANNED substances, tested positive for CHEATING, and since he doesnt tell the media to suck a fat one and walk off, nobody really cares or remember what he did. and hes probably going to pass Bonds before its said and done, and do it without the death threats.

Barry Bonds was the greatest and most feared hitter of his generation. he wasnt even at his peak performance wise in the 90's, and he won the title of baseball player of the decade. being a Giants fan, i watched him everyday. to say that some cream and clear substances directly allowed him to stand in the box and time out pitches like he did, and hit them so squarely, is foolishness.

he got some power benefits no doubt, and definitely the ability to play at a high level longer than normal, but his pure ability as a hitter, and just how great he was at it, deserves to be remembered as such, and not for needles and creams.

his HOF plaque should read "Barry Lamar Bonds was the greatest and most feared hitter of his era. he was a 7 time NL MVP, and broke Hank Aarons all time HR record, the single season HR record, stole 500 bases, and was an 8 time gold glove OF." and if they want to bring up steroids, they can add that he was a controversial player during a era of PED's. even then, if they had to add a sidenote about cheating, every player in history would have something. they didnt say "Gaylord Perry was a great pitcher, but used a spitball to gain the upperhand".

its best if they didnt open Pandoras Box in Cooperstown. let the fans have their own opinions.

Bravo. This is the most brilliant post I've read on this subject to date. You, sir, are a f*cking rockstar.
Originally posted by Legbreaker:
Originally posted by Niners99:
i think hes going to get off. the judge wants to throw out some key evidence because its hearsay and would affect the case negatively without real evidence.

whether you liked Bonds or not, he was one of the greatest baseball players who ever lived. steroids, no steroids, he knew, he didnt know, whatever. he was a HOF player before he bulked up, hes still a HOF player. he wouldve still been the only player ever to hit 600 HR and steal 500 bases. he was an 8 time GG LF, and a 7 time NL MVP.

so many players used PED's during that era, you cant blame one guy or add asterisks to one person because he was the best, or the most hated.

Bonds NEVER ONCE tested positive for ANYTHING illegal. not once. at the time he took whatever he took, it was a perfectly legal substance. just like greenies, or any other "leaded" coffee, drugs, etc that players had been taking for decades.

if he was a nicer guy, nobody would be trying to crucify him. A-Rod took BANNED substances, tested positive for CHEATING, and since he doesnt tell the media to suck a fat one and walk off, nobody really cares or remember what he did. and hes probably going to pass Bonds before its said and done, and do it without the death threats.

Barry Bonds was the greatest and most feared hitter of his generation. he wasnt even at his peak performance wise in the 90's, and he won the title of baseball player of the decade. being a Giants fan, i watched him everyday. to say that some cream and clear substances directly allowed him to stand in the box and time out pitches like he did, and hit them so squarely, is foolishness.

he got some power benefits no doubt, and definitely the ability to play at a high level longer than normal, but his pure ability as a hitter, and just how great he was at it, deserves to be remembered as such, and not for needles and creams.

his HOF plaque should read "Barry Lamar Bonds was the greatest and most feared hitter of his era. he was a 7 time NL MVP, and broke Hank Aarons all time HR record, the single season HR record, stole 500 bases, and was an 8 time gold glove OF." and if they want to bring up steroids, they can add that he was a controversial player during a era of PED's. even then, if they had to add a sidenote about cheating, every player in history would have something. they didnt say "Gaylord Perry was a great pitcher, but used a spitball to gain the upperhand".

its best if they didnt open Pandoras Box in Cooperstown. let the fans have their own opinions.

Bravo. This is the most brilliant post I've read on this subject to date. You, sir, are a f*cking rockstar.



Umm, why in the hell are they still bothering with this trial?
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Umm, why in the hell are they still bothering with this trial?

The law was broken.
wasting money now...reputation is ruined and career is done. Nothing is fixed by continuing is my only problem. What he gained from it was money which will not be taken away if he gets a 1-2 year sentence.


Pointless.
Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Umm, why in the hell are they still bothering with this trial?

The law was broken.

What law? Perjury? I'm starting to think perjury is just something prosecutors use when they wanna charge you with something else but have nothing.
couldn't care less
  • jrg
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Lol his business partner came to his house and caught his trainer walking out of his bed room with a syringe

Originally posted by pantstickle:
Originally posted by LAFortyNinerfan:
Umm, why in the hell are they still bothering with this trial?

The law was broken.

How so? Can you prove that he lied to the grand jury?

As it stands now... Much better lawyers than yourself are having a hard time proving this...