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Bonds’ Trainer Asked To Stop Coaching Youth League

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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Northern California youth baseball league has barred Barry Bonds’ former personal trainer from coaching his son’s team.

 

The president of the Burlingame Youth Baseball Association says Greg Anderson is not a registered coach and is prohibited from being on the field during games.

 

Anderson, who has coached for years, was told of the prohibition after a parent complained about the convicted steroids dealer’s participation. League President Mike Brunicardi says there were no complaints until this season.

 

Anderson spent three weeks in prison this year for refusing to testify at Bonds’ trial on charges that he lied about steroids use.

 

Anderson earlier pleaded guilty to steroids distribution.

 

Brunicardi says Anderson is free to register as a coach next season, but will have to undergo a background check like other volunteers.

 

 

 

 

 

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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