Fans Needle Bonds

Fans Needle Bonds

San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds tosses a plastic syringe, thrown to Bonds by a fan, to a security guard as he returns to the dugout following the eighth inning of the Giants' 6-1 baseball loss to the San Diego Padres Monday, April 3, 2006, in San Diego.

(Bonds tosses a plastic syringe, thrown to him by a fan, to a security guard | AP Photo)

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Boston Globe:

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Boston Herald:

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NY Post:

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