Barry Bonds: carrying the world on his shoulders for more than 40 years
March 31, 2006 by William K. Wolfrum
It really is comical to watch an athlete, and the sycophants get so detached from reality they become actual cartoon characters. Such has always been the case with Barry Bonds, who now has his agent peddling his delusions.
“It would be hard to believe that the MLB investigation headed by George Mitchell isn’t gnawing at Bonds off the field. But why, Borris asked, would anyone think it would bother him on the field?
‘He’s always had the weight of the world on his shoulders,’ Borris said. “But when he steps on the field, he’s got tunnel vision.’ ”
The world on his shoulders, eh? Well, that explains the need for the ‘roids.