April 22, 2015 In 2011, Bonds was found guilty of obstruction of justice but a federal appeals court has just thrown out that conviction.
Barry Bonds rounding the bases after hitting his 734th home run in 2006.
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November 28, 2012 Their inclusion puts the sport's steroids era on many minds. Though the stars have fought allegations that they used performance-enhancing drugs, it's questionable whether they'll be elected to the Hall anytime soon.
April 13, 2011 The jury was deadlocked on the other three charges of lying to a grand jury, so a judge declared a mistrial on those.
April 7, 2011 "All he had to do was tell the truth" about performance-enhancing drugs, the prosecutor says. But Bonds' lawyer argues the government didn't prove its case and was out to get his client.
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June 11, 2010 Barry Bonds Wins Latest Court Round
October 9, 2007 Why do athletes feel they must dope?
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