Barry Bonds was found guilty of one count in his perjury trial. Obstruction of justice. The other counts in the case the jury was deadlocked on so a mistrial was declared. Bonds will appeal the verdict but to me at least, the damage is already done. The good news for Bonds is that according to the experts, he will most likely not do any jail time. Just Probably pay a big fine. Next on the docket is the Roger Clemens trial. That one should get pretty ugly. All this does is make the black eye on MLB a little bit shinier today.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - MARCH 21: Former Major League Baseball player Barry Bonds arrives for the first day of his perjury trial on March 21, 2011 in San Francisco, California. Barry Bonds' perjury trial begins today accusing him of lying to a grand jury about his use of performance enhancing drugs when he played for the San Francisco Giants. The trial is expected to last two to four weeks. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)