Former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds recently appeared in a video with the family of Bryan Stow, a Giants fan who was beaten into a coma on Opening Day after a game in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. Scroll down to watch the video. Read More
Giants fan Bryan Stow continues to recover at San Francisco General Hospital, and on Saturday the team honored the Santa Cruz paramedic and other victims of preventable violence as part of Strike Out Violence at AT&T Park, according to his family. Read More
Barry Bonds will confront a fan who hates him in an upcoming reality show “H8R”, The New York Post is reporting.The CW show, set to debut next month, will have the Giants great watch a tape of a hater sounding off on him, then will try to convince the person he’s a decent human being, The Post said.The paper noted it will be Bonds’ first major public appearance since being convicted of obstructing justice in connection to long-running allegations of steroid use. Read More
Home-run champion Barry Bonds asked a federal judge in San Francisco Wednesday to overturn his conviction on the only count on which he was found guilty in April. The count was obstructing justice by giving evasive testimony in 2003 to a grand jury investigating steroid distribution by the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative, or BALCO. Read More
Is it permissible to say something positive about Barry Bonds? Thank you. Bonds pledged to pay for the college education of Bryan Stow’s two children. That’s a splash hit of another sort.
Barry’s taken a lot of knocks, some of them deserved, certainly. So how about some praise? How about a high-five for someone who can use a few compliments? Read More
Doctors working on the case of severely beaten Giants fan Bryan Stow are attempting to take him out of a medically induced coma for the third time this week, while funds raised for his recovery from community and celebrity sources continue to grow. Read More
Attorney General Kamala Harris said District Attorney George Gascón is the best option for holding her former office. She endorsed Gascón over Facebook and Twitter Thursday, saying his “his experience, ability, and reforms will modernize and enhance the DA’s office.” Read More
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Does anyone else find it amusing that the NBA fined Kobe Bryant $100,000 for using the “F-word” during a game against San Antonio on April 12, but also found it perfectly acceptable for him to use the “F-word”? Read More
As I sit out on the back porch, looking out at the backside of Twin Peaks, my thoughts creep back to the trial of Barry Bonds.
I’ve been trying to come to grips with what was proven at the trial that last week found Bonds guilty of obstructing justice.
I rooted for Bonds. I took my son to root for him, and we rooted together. I don’t remember talking about drugs. We talked about baseball. Read More
The real losers in the Barry Bonds trial are you and me and all the U.S. taxpayers who have had to pay for the $6 million attempt by the feds in this travesty.
Aren’t you glad that crime is at such a low level in the country that federal law enforcement officers can afford to spend so much time and money on this? Read More