Barry Bonds’ Balls Shouldn’t Be Used As Evidence

I’m guessing that over the next few weeks we’re going to learn a lot of things about baseball’s home run king, Barry Bonds. As he goes through his trial on perjury charges there will no doubt be a lot of information coming out about Bonds’ alleged steroid use while playing baseball. Whether or not we’ll learn about any mystery cousins, or hear about Barry being “young and stupid” at the age of 35 remains to be seen.

(Exhibit A of Barry’s bantam balls)

There is one thing, however, that Barry’s attorneys are hoping we won’t hear anything about, and for the most part I appreciate their quest. Bonds’ attorneys filed a motion on Wednesday that they hope will keep the topic of Barry’s shriveled or shrunken testicles from becoming evidence at the trial. Yes, you read that right. Continue to read about Barry’s boys after the jump.

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