On this date in 2007, Barry Bonds was indicted by a San Francisco federal grand jury on four counts of perjury and one count of obstruction of justice, as Leo Panetta of NationalPastime.com writes. Four years prior, Bonds allegedly lied to a grand jury about his PED use, and he potentially could have been sentenced to up to 30 years in prison if convicted of all charges. The slugger was initially convicted on a count of obstruction of justice, but that ruling was overturned earlier this year.
Here’s this week’s look around the baseball blogosphere:
- Roto Professor compared the returns of the two Craig Kimbrel trades.
- Redbird Rants ran down five first base trade candidates for the Cards.
- Baseball Hot Corner wonders if Ken Griffey Jr. will be the first unanimous HOF inductee.
- Inside The ’Zona discussed the usefulness of extreme fly ball relievers.
- TBOH ran down the best pitches thrown by the Phillies.
- Nats GM spoke with Yankees prospect James Kaprielian.
- Yankees Unscripted says a starter could help the Bombers’ bullpen.
- Outfield Fly Rule helps Braves fans place their anger.
- Jays Journal stacked Toronto against the rest of the AL East.
- Bronx Bomber Blogger says the Yanks should consider Ryan Raburn.
- Blue Jay Hunter says Marco Estrada and the Blue Jays belong together.
- Pinstriped Prospects analyzed Aaron Hicks.
- Baseball Essential predicts David Price’s next deal.
- Brew Crew Ball says it’s time to reexamine MiLB’s drug policy.
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