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|Bonds, Fehr huddle in Arizona|
Barry Bonds sat down for 20 minutes with players union chief Donald Fehr on Monday following Fehr's annual meeting with Giants' players.
Fehr refused to confirm whether the meeting had anything to do with a rumored probe by baseball commissioner Bud Selig into Bonds' alleged steroids use, but did say: "You can assume, obviously, we try to plan for reasonable contingencies. We'll see. I assume Bud will make a decision on that sometime before too much longer. I don't know when it will be."
Fehr was quoted in Tuesday's San Francisco Chronicle.
Fehr, asked how the union might respond to any possible discipline, said: "You're way down the road when you say that. The most that's being talked about is whether there ought to be an inquiry. I hope nobody is making judgments about the results of the inquiry before it is done."