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Judge unseals evidence in Bonds case


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Looks like the Players Association may win their case and the 2003 test results may not be admissible in his trial. Still, the positive results in the tests that BALCO ordered in 2001 should be enough to convince a jury that Bonds was lying in 2003 when he testified that he hadn't knowingly used steroids.

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Included in the evidence was a letter from baseball independent drug administrator Bryan Smith that Bonds tested positive for an amphetamine during a drug test on July 7, 2006. There was also a letter from baseball commissioner Bud Selig to Bonds that Aug. 1 informing him of the positive test and telling him that he will be subject to six more tests over a one-year period.

I think the part I find most amusing is, after years of speculating, news coverage and investigations ... he's still testing positive for stuff in '06.

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