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Sports Illustrated is breaking a huge story, about a book claiming to have hundreds of pages of documentation suggesting that Barry Bonds used steroids for most of his recent heyday. The blog reaction has been fierce. Below please find a list of blog entries on the topic.
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- TexSport Publications' writer Robert H. Kelly has two possible solutions to the Bonds' controversy. Neither would be seriously considered, but they are both good ideas.
- The San Francisco Chronicle's podcast blog has an interview with the book's authors.
- World Chumps adds its take
- David Pinto weighs in.
- Deadspin is calling this "baseball's Watergate."
- Even Deadspin's fellow Gawker-blogger, OddJack, chimes in (Note: Oddjack is no longer owned by Gawker and is not run by A.J. Daulerio. This is why Oddjack is terrible now.).
- MetsBlog wasn't surprised by the news, but wishes he were.
- Distinguished Senators analyzes Will Carroll's response.
- Robert Kelly, writing for TexSport Publications, added his unique views on the Bonds controversy.
- OTB's James Joyner recaps the media coverage, including a roundup of his old posts on Bonds, and explains why he diagrees with Gene Wojciechowski about Bonds' legacy.
- johnnyhongkong agrees with King Kaufman that the news that Bonds uses 'roids should not be the real story.
- Lex Luthor is interested in the steroid controversy and it's effect on the WWE's new wellness plan.
- Citizen Jay admits Bonds was a great player before the steroids, but is now rooting against him in his quest for the home run record.
Tue 03/07/06, 10:41 pm EST