Bonds, Giants leave each other behind
LOS ANGELES -- In a cramped Dodger Stadium clubhouse, hidden from both the cheers and the boos, a fading slugger watched the world continue to turn without him. For years, he and two dozen other men walked out of the tunnel and onto the field. Now, on a Friday afternoon, they prepared to walk out and leave him behind."What time we gotta be out there?" Barry Bonds asked. He corrected himself. "What time they gotta be out there?"
There's always gonna be a shadow of a doubt. But everybody in this world must know the truth. That's what's gonna be held over his head until we eventually find out what the heck happened with this grand jury and BALCO and how he held it in and fought it off. His trainer's in jail. There are so many questions.
--Giants pitcher Steve Kline
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