Slugger Barry Bonds was found guilty yesterday on one count of obstructing justice. The verdict doesn't provide a clear answer to the question of whether the seven-time National League MVP used performance drugs and lied about it, but Bonds could still face up to ten years in prison (though he's unlikely to do that much time).
We've put together a few shows over the years on the question of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball:
What do you think this decision means for Bonds' place in history?
This program aired on April 14, 2011. The audio for this program is not available.