The guy who stole our hearts with his record-setting 73 home runs in 2001, all the while being kind of a douche?
Well, he’s arisen from the shadows as a new, jovial character because the San Francisco Giants are planning on bringing him on board in some capacity. Once *ahem* those legal issues regarding his grand jury testimony subside, he’ll be good to go.
People have mixed feelings on this version of the slugger. Some buy it, most don’t.
Barry bonds apparently had personality transplant. After giggly tv interview, jon miller tells him, "always a pleasure."
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) May 28, 2012
Barry Bonds told reporters today his new hobby is cycling. Since when is cycling new to him? Oh, oh, CYCLING! Like a BICYCLE? Okay, gotcha.
— Jared Carrabis (@Jared_Carrabis) May 28, 2012
In the Bay Area, fans get most apoplectic defending Barry Bonds or blasting Alex Smith. Been that way for almost a decade, may never change.
— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) May 29, 2012
Barry Bonds retroactively trying to make it out that he "pretended" to be a bad guy to create a persona is hogwash. Pathetic actually
— John Kincade (@JohnKincade) May 29, 2012
— graddie (@ThaKiddVicious) May 29, 2012
I asked Barry Bonds if he had regrets regarding BALCO: "I live with it. I'm a convicted felon. I live with it."
— John Shea (@JohnSheaHey) May 28, 2012