Barry Bonds -- 30 Days House Arrest for Lying About Steroids
Barry Bonds30 Days House ArrestFor Lying About Steroids
12/16/2011 11:40 AM PT
Barry Bonds has just been sentenced to 30 days of house arrest -- for lying to a grand jury during a 2003 federal investigation into steroid use by MLB players
Bonds was also sentenced to two years probation.
Bonds was found guilty in April of felony obstruction of justice after a jury found he lied during a 2003 federal investigation into the alleged steroid use. The jury deadlocked on three other charges against him.
Bonds won a record-setting seven MVP awards during his career. He was a 14-time All Star, 8-time Gold Glove winner, and holds the records for both most home runs in a season (73) and home runs in a career (762).