Beyond 756: Chat with Amy Nelson

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On Wednesday, July 25, join ESPN.com baseball writer, Amy Nelson, for a special live chat about Barry Bonds and his place in history as part of "Beyond 756: An ESPN Town Meeting (6 p.m. ET, ESPN)."

The town meeting will discuss Barry Bonds? legacy and how the home run record and the so-called Steroid Era will impact baseball?s future. It will examine the role of Commissioner Bud Selig, the issue of fairness to a generation of players, what role race has played, and the Hall of Fame question.

Bob Ley, host of Outside the Lines and the Sunday morning SportsCenter, will host the Town Meeting. Debating the issues will be a panel of experts consisting of:

Dusty Baker - Veteran MLB manager and ESPN analyst
Juan Williams - Senior Correspondent, National Public Radio''s Morning Edition
Lance Williams - S.F. Chronicle staff writer and co-author of "Game of Shadows"
Ellis Burks - Former MLB player, teammate of Bonds ('98-'00)
Kirk Rueter - Former Giants pitcher, teammate of Bonds ('97-'05)
Buster Olney - ESPN The Magazine Senior Baseball Writer
Bryan Burwell - Sports Columnist, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Submit your thoughts on Bonds, steroids, the future of the home run record and anything else on your mind. Your discussion will be highlighted during the broadcast and some of your comments will appear on-air.

Watch "Beyond 756: An ESPN Town Meeting" on Wednesday, July 25 at 6 p.m. ET and chat with Amy Nelson!

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