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Former San Francisco Giants star Barry Bonds spoke with reporters on Monday during his first appearance this season at San Francisco's AT&T Park, and he revealed he has been speaking with Giants officials about the possibility of rejoining the organization, perhaps as a roving instructor. Bonds, who said he was on hand Monday for a charity event for children, was affable and accommodating throughout his half-hour session with reporters on Monday, and several times he referred to himself as "a felon convicted of obstruction of justice," according to Paul Gutierrez of Comcast Sports Net Bay Area. He continues to refuse to admit to steroid use. Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of his wide-ranging interview session was that Bonds said he has spoken with Giants President and CEO Larry Baer about rejoining the club, perhaps "helping major leaguers (and) minor leaguers" in the Giants organization, " Bonds said, according to Comcast Sports Net Bay Ar...
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