Government's Evidence Against Bonds Unsealed

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A federal judge has unsealed hundreds of
pages of court documents at the heart of the government's criminal
case against home run king Barry Bonds.

The documents released Wednesday include previously undisclosed
blood and urine samples testing positive for steroids, a transcript of a taped conversation between Bonds' personal trainer and personal assistant discussing injecting the slugger and a list of current and former Major Leaguers, including Jason Giambi, who are scheduled to testify at trial for the government.

The former San Francisco Giants slugger's trial is scheduled to start next month. He is charged with lying to a grand jury when he said he never knowingly used performance-enhancing drugs.

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