The government's case against Former San Francisco Giants baseball player Barry Bonds including a series of positive drug results are set to be released today, according to reports.

The documents are expected to reveal details of the government's allegations against Bonds, who is accused of lying to a Federal Grand Jury about his alleged use of drugs while playing.

Among the documents to be released Wednesday includes a urine test, transcript of a recorded conversation between Bonds' personal trainer, Greg Anderson, and Bonds' former business partner, Steve Hoskins, the paper said.

Bonds is expected to plead not guilty to perjury charges for the third time Thursday, the same day U.S. District Court Judge Susan Illston will consider what government evidence to exclude from the slugger's trial next month, which is scheduled to begin March 2 in San Francisco.