Cry me a river.  

Barry Bonds says Major League Baseball has given him a “death sentence,” telling The Athletic that he feels exiled by the sport since retiring in 2007.

Bonds’ comments, published Sunday, were part of a wide-ranging interview with The Athletic, which originally intended to discuss modern hitting trends with baseball’s home run king.

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But Bonds, whose career accomplishments have been tarnished by allegations of steroid use, also discussed his complicated legacy.

The former San Francisco Giants star told The Athletic that his heart has been “really broken” by MLB, which he says has essentially banished him.

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