Why Do So Many Say Barry Bonds Did Steroids When He Was Never Charged?

I don’t know if he did steroids. But I’m almost pretty sure he did human growth hormones. I say this because did you see how much he bulked up from 1997 – 1998. A swelled up head being a good sign of growth hormones. But those aren’t even illegal and I bet a lot of atheletes do it. Why isn’t MLB and other professional sport organizations making human growth hormones illegal. Is it because there is no sure way to test for it right now?


  1. TheSandM wrote
    at 13:27 - 13th Luty 2010 Permalink

    HGH is a banned substance. its untestable so the league cant do squat about it.
    Bonds has admitted to accidentally using something that was in a cream. accidentally my ***
    and why would Balco be under so much pressure to keep quiet if Bonds was clean???? peopel are spending time in jail to keep this guys name clean. does that not sound suspicious

  2. daddio wrote
    at 16:22 - 13th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Because he is the only one about to break the most coveted of baseball records…no one else is… he has also admitted to some kind of cream usage that „could have been steroids” and HGH is Illegal as the person above said they can’t trace it

  3. Scooter_ wrote
    at 20:34 - 13th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Last i heard HGH can not be detected even if someone is using it.

  4. Dhurt wrote
    at 2:54 - 14th Luty 2010 Permalink

    The white man did it.

  5. Tyler J wrote
    at 6:41 - 14th Luty 2010 Permalink

    well oviously since barry allegedly took some stuff from cream means he aint the best reader.haha thanks ESPY’s but they dont want to test because they cant and it keeps more fans coming to games for home runs and great hits

  6. Anonim wrote
    at 11:25 - 14th Luty 2010 Permalink

    If your shoe size grows 3 sizes and you cap size grows from your days with Pittsburg-that’s not normal.

  7. JDAWG wrote
    at 18:04 - 14th Luty 2010 Permalink

    Why do people say that O.J killed his wife or Michael Jackson molestested those children!!!!! Because he’s BLACK!!!!!!! Just kidding because he gained like 220 pounds of muscle in like 2 seasons!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Yahoo Man wrote
    at 0:52 - 15th Luty 2010 Permalink

    The key word is that he „accidentally” did it. I’m sure if he really did steroids, he wouldn’t even admit to „accidentally” doing it.

  9. koalafam wrote
    at 3:34 - 15th Luty 2010 Permalink

    HGH, Steroids, he took them, but Barry is just shying away because they were not illegal or banned in baseball when he took them. He does not have to incriminate himself if what he did was legal at the time. That’s why nobody is charging him with a crime or banning him from playing the sport. Only the suppliers and distributors are facing heat and jail time because prescribing steroids is illegal.
    HGH helped him get bigger but the steroids probably just helped with healing from injury faster. None of those drugs are proven to enhance performance in baseball. All of those HR’s he hit were basically of his own doing and not with the help of drugs. I just hope he did not take much that would really jeopardize his life in the future.

  10. Frizzer wrote
    at 7:52 - 15th Luty 2010 Permalink

    First of all Human Growth Hormone is on the list of banned substances in MLB. However, per the MLB and union agreement only urine tests can be conducted and to test for HGH you need to do a blood test. You are correct, Bonds has never tested positive for any banned substance since the testing started. The problem that Bonds has is a leaked grand jury testimony where Bonds, himself, testifies that he was not aware that a certain cream he was applying was a steroid. This is what everyone is jumping on at this time and it is his own statement that ties him to steroid use.

  11. cujo1011 wrote
    at 11:27 - 15th Luty 2010 Permalink

    HGH is both a banned substance by the major leagues and illegal to have in the U.S. without a prescription.

  12. dwmatty1 wrote
    at 17:34 - 15th Luty 2010 Permalink

    I think Yahoo should make a separate category entitled „Barry Bonds”. This question has been asked so many times in so many different ways, that Yahoo should consider giving him his own section.

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