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Bonds Steroid Report is False Alarm

Despite reports of Barry Bonds testing positive for steroids in November 2001, ESPN is reporting that those claims are indeed false and a result of clerical error.

Then again, who really needs a report to prove anything about Bonds? Just read Game of Shadows, you’ll get all your answers there.

Bonds himself is in enough trouble, as he is still facing perjury charges.

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