SAN FRANCISCO — In the fiercely fought years-long prosecution of Barry Bonds, the government and defense have apparently found something they can agree on: punishment.

In a sentencing memo filed late Tuesday, Bonds’ lead defense attorney Allen Ruby said the Probation Department has recommended a term of probation instead of prison time for the slugger’s obstruction of justice conviction. And he indicates that the government hasn’t challenged the report.

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