A federal judge today unsealed documents that prosecutors contend are Barry Bonds' monthly doping schedule. The calendars are allegedly what Bonds and his trainer Greg Anderson used to chart the athlete's use of performance-enhancing drugs.
The Smoking Gun provides 14 pages of the schedule on its site today, with day-to-day calendar entries labeled with notations such as "clear," "cream," ".25G," and, most disturbingly of all on Feb. 17, 2002: "Death To Smoochy, 7:15, AMC Cinemas Broadway."
From the Smoking Gun:
The calendars contain the initials "BB" and "BLB," which investigators believe refer to Barry Lamar Bonds. The calendars, seized from Anderson during the execution of a search warrant at his home, contain notations for "cream" and "clear," apparent references to the two designer steroids for which BALCO became notorious.
From Yahoo Sports:
The documents also include a transcript of a taped conversation between Bonds' personal trainer and personal assistant discussing injecting the slugger, plus a list of current and former major leaguers, including Jason Giambi, who are scheduled to testify for the government at Bonds' upcoming trial.
The former San Francisco Giant is charged with lying to a grand jury when he said he never knowingly used performance-enhancing drugs. His trial is scheduled for next month.
Meanwhile, the Smoking Gun also has a story on Mike Bogdan, the Baltimore FRBI informant responsible for igniting the whole baseball steroids investigation.