Just supposin' Barry Bonds and the Hall of Fame ever get together, it'd be one heck of an acceptance speech, wouldn't it? Here's one version.
Barry Bonds turns 43 years old on Tuesday. And the birthday boy remains the center of attention both on and off the field despite the fact his team is tied for the fewest wins in the National League.
With a knee injury and off-field distractions smothering him, Barry Bonds just might not become the all-time HR king.
Barry Bonds continues to amaze with the numbers he puts up, and is clearly playing on a level all his own.
Barry Bonds will likely go from 500 to 700 homers in 3.5 years -- lightning quick compared to Aaron and Ruth.