Baseball`s home run king Barry Bonds won`t spend any time behind bars on his federal obstruction of justice conviction.
Instead, the bulked-up slugger will get two-year probation and a four-thousand dollar fine for failing to cooperate fully with a grand jury looking into the use of illegal steroids by professional athletes.
When jurors convicted back in April, they said prosecutors didn`t prove he lied when he swore that he did not intentionally use steroids.
Yeah, like he woke up one morning and his arms suddenly looked like miniature redwoods.
You can pretty much bet .