So Barry Bonds expects everyone to believe the likely excuse that he didn't know what drugs he was taking? Unbelievable!
Barry Bonds is perfectly happy to be viewed coldly and without sympathy as the finest player of his age.
The Barry Bonds Giants are showing surprising depth and getting contributions up and down the roster.
In an act of desperation, Larry Dierker became the father of the intentional walk when he instructed Astros pitchers to throw four wides to Barry Bonds.
Turning 40 may be a harbinger of old age for some, but it's just another plateau for Barry Bonds.
No. 661 was one more home run by Barry Bonds, and that's all it was.
Barry Bonds just wants to focus on making history, but his lawyer says the Giants' slugger feels unfairly singled out in the BALCO case.
While it's a crazy idea, let's just place an asterisk next to all players for their numerous misdeeds over the years.
Barry Bonds' lips were moving in his spring training address, but he wasn't talking about BALCO or his relationship with trainer Greg Anderson.
Barry Bonds doesn't do a lot of personal appearances as a general rule, but grand juries are even more persistent than media dolts, so when he was told to show up Thursday in his best gray suit and be ready to sing, he showed up all dressed up.
Bobby Bonds always faced high expectations, obscuring the fact that he was a heck of a player.
Sure he helped the Giants beat the Braves, but Bonds still hasn't been dealt all his Cards these playoffs.
Is Jeff Kent worth keeping? The way he's hitting, the Giants may have no choice.
Tape-measure home runs are not the only yardsticks of a baseball player's greatness, as Babe Ruth and Willie Mays proved.