Just supposin' Barry Bonds and the Hall of Fame ever get together, it'd be one heck of an acceptance speech, wouldn't it? Here's one version.
Want to know why we aren't celebrating the career year Jose Bautista is having in Toronto? Here's why: Barry Bonds. Mark McGwire. Sammy Sosa. Alex Rodriguez. And Roger Clemens.
The trial is delayed. Barry Bonds wants to play. And we know just the spot in the lineup for him.
The only guy who doesn't realize Barry Bonds' playing career is finished is ... Barry Bonds.
Barry Bonds has the HR record. Mike Bacsik, who served it up, is in the minors, craving a chance to be more than a historic footnote.
The feds are formally investigating Roger Clemens. They won't have to dig far to find fodder.
Barry Bonds dared the feds to indict him. Not they have. And Bonds' legacy becomes one of perjury and obstruction.
On the surface, it's a no-brainer. But look deeper, and there is debate about which player a team would want more: Bonds or Rodriguez.
It was a quiet, friendly weekend for Barry Bonds in San Francisco. His next road trip won't be as comfortable.
Barry Bonds will capture the nation's attention for a while, but an Alex Rodriguez home run chase looms.
Barry Bonds held a sideshow at the All-Star Game on Monday.
Painful as it is to say it, it's true: Sammy Sosa and Barry Bonds are legitimate All-Stars.
What did scouts really think about A-Rod, Bonds, Junior, Pujols (and others) way back when? We dare you to ace this quiz.
Greg Anderson left prison Thursday, still refusing to talk. And that silence is music to the ears of Barry Bonds.
The one person who could have a say in how the feds' case against Barry Bonds shakes out isn't talking. What is there for Greg Anderson to protect?
If baseball and its players want out of the steroids/human growth hormone mess, they need to be creative. Here's one solution.