As of July, 2007 there is an investigation led by former U.S. Senator George Mitchell that is delving into the use of steroids and other performance enhancing substances in Baseball. Until that investigation is concluded no one will know for sure. Bonds has implicated himself by saying that he used a 'cream' that is ultimately believed to be a steroid. One thing is for sure ... almost everyone has an opinion about Bonds and steroids.
barry bonds will be rememberd by him preforming enhancing drugs
BARRY BONDS, MARK McGUIRE, ALEX RODRIGUEZ
Barry Bonds was forced to stop playing baseball. He was charged with taking steroids. He was also charged with lying about the usage of the drugs.
Probably yes, he did but nobody knows even though we believe he did take drugs
his coach is actually a chemist of the Balco fame you do the maths
Barry Bonds has a career total of 762 home runs. He also took drugs so so people think his record shouldn't stand
Since his link with performance enhancing drugs, much of the value of Barry Bonds collectibles have dropped considerably. Nearly all his cards, including the Topps 40 Years of Baseball card have a vale of about $1.
Barry Bonds was never caught technically. people just believed he did cause his size grew increasingly in muscle and body mass. he may have used them but no one knows. they tried to put him on trial for the belief that he used performance enhancing drugs.
Barry Stock never publicly stated whether or not he does drugs.
== == Barry Bonds is an American baseball player. He recently set MLB's career record for home runs. There is a lot of controversy surrounding Bonds since he implicated himself as having used steroids, although he says he did so unknowingly. There is an investigation concerning steroids and performance enhancing drugs being conducted by MLB and hopefully soon we will know more.
athletes are tested so they don't cheat for example certain drugs can make athletes stronger like barry bonds took a drug to make him stronger then he got a ton of home runs
Bonds cheated by using performance enhancing drugs. He should not be inducted into the HOF. Ever!
Alex Rodriguez, Mark McGuire Miguel Tejada, Barry Bonds, Jose Cansaco, Roger Clemens, Collin Livingston, Jacob Mulder, and Chase Marso
because they want to break records in their sport. Look at barry bonds, he was a stick in the 80s and 90s now look at him, hes HUGE because he used steroids.
Barry Bondes and that's all that i know
Sometimes it is used on scorecards to denote a great defensive play Some Fans used the asterisk when Barry Bonds approached and eventually broke Hank Aaron's home run record because of his possible use of performance enhancing drugs
He did because he took steroids most of his career when he was with the san francisco giants which was the second team played for the first team he played for was the Pittsburgh pirates who haven't had a winning season since 1992 his last year with the pirates the only mlb team he did not take steroids with.
The highly anticipated perjury trial of baseball star Barry Bonds has been postponed - possibly for months. A flurry of court proceedings in February led the presiding judge in the case to announce that jury selection scheduled to start that week would not take place. The day began with Bonds' former personal trainer, Greg Anderson, telling U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston that he would not testify about Bonds at the trial. Anderson has served time in prison for contempt of court after taking a similar stance in past proceedings. Earlier in February, Illston ruled that some key prosecution evidence would be inadmissible at trial if Anderson weren't there to testify about it. The evidence included positive drugs tests allegedly by Bonds and so-called "doping calendars" belonging to Anderson that allegedly laid out a schedule for Bonds' drug use.
Barry S. Reiss has written: 'Guide to federal pharmacy law' -- subject(s): Law and legislation, Drugs, Pharmacists, Legal status, laws, Pharmacy
Well, a lot of athletes illegally use steroids (barry bond), or marijuana(michael phelps)
Things are looking up for Major League Baseball's all-time home run champion. In April 2015, a United States Court of Appeals struck down his felony conviction for obstruction of justice regarding his 2003 grand jury testimony in the BALCO case. Bonds, whose career spanned the years 1986 to 2007 with the Pittsburgh Pirates and the San Francisco Giants, was suspected of using performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) during the latter stages of his career. But he was never charged or convicted of any illegal activities. Bonds, who earned a record seven National League Most Valuable Player Awards during his career, holds the record for lifetime home runs (762) and the single-season mark for round trippers (73). But he has not been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame despite three years of eligibility. Observers have attributed the snubs to Bonds' perceived usage of PEDs as well as his chilly relationship with the media. The 50-year-old Bonds, who has moved back to the San Francisco area after living for a time in the Los Angeles area, served as a special spring training instructor for the Giants in 2014. The ballclub is considering a more permanent association with their former star.
Athletesthe athletes of the past played with shortter seasons they didnt have all the drugs or vitiam suppments they do today. so would babe Ruth hit more home runs then barry bonds myself i like the athletes of the past because they played with heart and for the love of the game it was not just for the money
Yes he has! But he claims he does not know how it came to be in his body. He says he has never intentionally taken them. Because of this, I say that HAMMERIN' HANK AARON will always be the real record holder!Answeras of last night he has not tested positive AnswerBonds has never failed a steroid test administered by MLB. When testifying before the grand jury in the BALCO case, he admitted to using steroids (Cream and Clear) that he said he thought were flaxseed oil and an arthritis balm. How much credence those statements hold is questionable. However, last year he did fail an amphetamine test and was subject to six additional tests by MLB over the next six months. As far as we know, he turned up clean in all six. Bonds has been tested 22 times for steroids and was clean in all 22 times. The flaxseed oil that he supposedly took was when there were no rules or regulations on performance enhancing drugs. Once MLB put their steroid policy and testing in place he never tested positive. Ryan Braun on the other hand did just last year and no one is saying anything about him!
Jones admitted to have taken Tetrahydrogestrinone (THG and known as 'the clear') before the Sydney Olympics. She was quoted as telling the Judge at her sentencing: "I consumed this substance several times before the Sydney Olympics and continued using it after. By November 2003, I realized he was giving me performance-enhancing drugs." Victor Conte, founder of BALCO and the 'he' in Jones' statement to the judge, said in a TV interview that he had give Jones five different performance enhancement drugs prior to the 2000 Olympics.
No, he is losing his hair and gaining weight from the everyday stress of fiddling testicles