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Barry Bonds has bolstered his legal team and could be preparing to slap a lawsuit on Curt Schilling, the New York Daily News reported on its web site Thursday.
According to the report, Bonds retained San Francisco attorney Todd Schneider and Oakland attorney John Burris to represent him in a possible defamation lawsuit against the veteran Boston Red Sox pitcher.
“There’s no guarantee any action will be taken,” Burris told the newspaper. “The most important thing to communicate is that Barry’s silence up until now is not an admission to anything.”