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EDITORIAL TARNISHED HERO.

Once upon a time, San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds thrilled fans with his record-shattering performance. What a shame it is that yet more evidence of steroid use threatens to derail his legend-in-the-making. A book by the two reporters who have written extensively on the scandals surrounding performance-enhancing drugs in baseball details very specific evidence of Bonds' steroid use, which has long been rumored. If the book is correct - and there's no reason not to believe it isn't - then yet one more of our sports heroes has sadly traded the respect of the public for a chemical boost.
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Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
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Date:Mar 9, 2006
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