Guilty Bonds

Barry Bonds, the former San Francisco Giants slugger that defined the steroid era of baseball, has been found guilty of obstructing justice for lying about taking performance-enhancing drugs.

Is this really a surprise? Looking back at our cartoon archives, it seems that everyone came to the conclusion that Bonds was guilty of steroid use years ago. Not to mention that it’s Bonds own arrogance that ended up convicting him. Don’t forget that it was Bonds, under oath before a grand jury nearly eight years ago, who twisted his way around straight-forward questions about steroid use.

I’ve done a good number of Barry Bonds cartoons over the years. Here are some of my favorites:

By Daryl Cagle

Daryl Cagle is the founder and owner of Cagle Cartoons, Inc. He is one of the most widely published editorial cartoonists and is also the editor of The Cagle Post.

One reply on “Guilty Bonds”

What nare they going to do to Barry Bonds THE ALLTIME HOME RUN CHAMPION ??????
Pete Rose went to prison and was banned from baseball for life for gambling.
Willie mays went to the Hall of fame mand he gambled. I don’t think I will but I would sure like to hear a response from someonbe of authority.
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