Bonds' attorney downplays significance of court ruling
The attorney for Barry Bonds downplayed the significance of a court ruling Wednesday allowing federal investigators access to confidential Major League Baseball drug-testing data from the 2003 season, suggesting that the San Francisco Giants slugger was not among the 100 or so players who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs.
"My belief is there is nothing about these drug tests that hurts Barry." -- Michael Rains, Barry Bonds' attorney
"According to this ...
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