'Convicted felon' Barry Bonds mulls next move
SAN FRANCISCO — Barry Bonds asked a federal appeals court Thursday to toss out his felony obstruction conviction. Bonds' lawyers filed a 60-page legal brief on Thursday with the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals arguing his conviction was based on a
By Tim Kawakami Mercury News Columnist Barry Bonds has been gone for five seasons, and it felt like a lot longer on Monday at AT&T Park. He showed up in the Giants clubhouse before the game, all smiles, skinniness and small talk.
By JANIE McCAULEY AP Baseball Writer SAN FRANCISCO – Barry Bonds is publicly referring to himself as a convicted felon these days, and he's quick to point out that conviction was never for steroid use. He appealed his obstruction of justice conviction
When we interviewed Giants batting practice pitcher John Yandle, we knew he had a special relationship with Barry Bonds, thought of as the slugger's “personal pitching machine.” So it wasn't a complete surprise at the Giants
AP SAN FRANCISCO—Federal prosecutors have been given a 45-day delay until July 19 to respond to Barry Bonds' appeal of his obstruction of justice conviction. The career home run leader filed a 60-page brief on May 3 with the 9th US Circuit Court of