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By A book reader on 08-23-06
More about track than baseball
This is an interesting book on a timely topic, but there's not much insight into the life of Barry Bonds that hasn't already been revealed.
Moreover, the book is about 60 percent track and field/40 percent baseball, so it's probably not appropriate to call it a book about Barry Bonds, as it is being sold.
Finally, there's a little too much preaching at the end.
Narration is good and the authors do a nice job of portraying the book's real central character -- Conte, not Bonds.
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By Matthew Tsien on 04-28-18
Bonds Led in Lying to Break Aaron's Record
A sad and bitter end to the Steroid Era Home Run Kings, the greatest indignity to informed traditional fans was watching Barry Bonds conspicuously use PEDs to eclipse Henry Aaron's sacred home run record of 755.
Seven League MVP Awards were presented to Barry Bonds, but in no way can he compare to Aaron's integrity.