FILE - This Aug. 7, 2007 file photo shows San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds, right, celebrating after hitting his 756th career home run against the Washington Nationals during the fifth inning of their baseball game in San Francisco. Looking on at left is Nationals' catcher Brian Schneider. Baseball's all-time home run king and its most decorated pitcher likely will be shut out of the Hall of Fame when the vote is announced in January. An AP survey shows that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, as well as Sammy Sosa, don't have enough votes to get into Cooperstown. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)

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FILE - This Aug. 7, 2007 file photo shows San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds, right, celebrating after hitting his 756th career home run against the Washington Nationals during the fifth inning of their baseball game in San Francisco. Looking on at left is Nationals' catcher Brian Schneider. Baseball's all-time home run king and its most decorated pitcher likely will be shut out of the Hall of Fame when the vote is announced in January. An AP survey shows that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, as well as Sammy Sosa, don't have enough votes to get into Cooperstown.  (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)
FILE - This Aug. 7, 2007 file photo shows San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds, right, celebrating after hitting his 756th career home run against the Washington Nationals during the fifth inning of their baseball game in San Francisco. Looking on at left is Nationals' catcher Brian Schneider. Baseball's all-time home run king and its most decorated pitcher likely will be shut out of the Hall of Fame when the vote is announced in January. An AP survey shows that Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens, as well as Sammy Sosa, don't have enough votes to get into Cooperstown. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, File)
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