In an interview with John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle, agent Jeff Borris acknowledged that Barry Bonds' career is over.
Barry Bonds' second wife, Liz, has filed for legal separation.
Agent Jeff Borris said Monday that he will soon contact all 30 teams in the hopes of landing Barry Bonds a job.
Barry Bonds' former personal shopper, Kathy Hoskins, is expected to testify that she saw trainer Greg Anderson inject the former Giants slugger with steroids back in 2003.
Barry Bonds pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he lied to a grand jury investigating steroid use.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Barry Bonds recently underwent hip surgery and will not be fully healthy by spring training.
Barry Bonds, whose trial on perjury charges goes to court on March 2, said Saturday that he's still not retired.
A federal judge in San Francisco has dismissed several charges against Barry Bonds but has left intact most of the indictment alleging he lied to a grand jury about taking performance-enhancing drugs.
The MLBPA says it has found evidence teams acted in concert against signing Barry Bonds but it reached an agreement with the commissioner's office to delay the filing of any grievance.
Barry Bonds' agent Jeff Borris said that "Major League Baseball has been successful in their pursuit in blackballing Barry [Bonds] out of the game."
Despite potentially losing Carl Crawford for the remainder of the season, the St. Petersburg Times reports that "it remains unlikely" that the Rays will pursue an unsigned outfielder "such as Barry Bonds or Kenny Lofton."
Astros GM Ed Wade said Sunday that the team isn't interested in signing Barry Bonds to replace Carlos Lee in left field.
Barry Bonds has been invited to participate in a pregame ceremony Saturday honoring Giants outfielders as part of the team's 50th anniversary in San Francisco.
The Yankees discussed the possibility of signing Barry Bonds during a meeting in Tampa on Thursday.