(SAN FRANCISCO) — On Friday, a federal judge gave former MLB superstar Barry Bonds a sentence of 30 days of house arrest, two years of probation and 250 hours of community service, for providing a misleading testimony before a grand jury.
The sentence will be delayed due to an appeal by Bonds.
The former baseball slugger declined to speak in court. After the trial, some people hugged Bonds and cheered him as he left the courthouse.
Bonds is a 7 time National League MVP and is currently the Major League Baseball homerun king.
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