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Topic - Bobby Estalella
The lineup of former athletes called to the witness stand is expected to continue when Barry Bonds' perjury trial resumes on Wednesday.
Former New York Yankee Randy Velarde testified Wednesday that he purchased human growth hormone from Barry Bonds' personal trainer throughout the 2002 season, making him the fourth major leaguer to admit drug use during Bonds' perjury trial.
As prosecutors moved closer to finishing their case against Barry Bonds, former major league infielder Randy Velarde described meeting the slugger's personal trainer outside spring training ballparks for injections of human growth hormone.
The Giambi brothers are likely to lead a parade of ball players taking the witness stand in the Barry Bonds perjury trial.
Longtime San Francisco Giants clubhouse manager Mike Murphy will testify about Barry Bonds' hat size, a Nike employee will discuss the slugger's feet and prosecutors will show the jury photographs of Bonds' growing physique during his career, court papers filed Monday showed.