ESPN should put 'Bonds on Bonds' on hold
Borrowing the time-honored newspaper axiom, I won't bury the lead: I believe ESPN should put the production and April 4 debut of its scheduled 10-hour series on Barry Bonds on hold.
After reading in Sports Illustrated last week excerpts of the soon-to-be-published book, "Game of Shadows," written by two San Francisco Chronicle reporters, former Major League Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent called for an independent investigation of the San Francisco Giants outfielder. Current Commissioner ...
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