More Atenttion than he Deserves....


This guy gets way to much press! All he does is want attention and so you know what I am going to give him some on my blog. I do not think that it is a threat to anyone in The MLB league or baseball fan for him to threaten that he will not be a part of The hall of fame induction....He DOES NOT DESERVE IT. I hope he does not go it will just show people what kind of team player he really was. Just one more time to spit in your fan bases face. Way to go Barry. Old and Tainted....You are going out it style. I give credit to his 756 record breaker because that is an accomplishment..Steroids or not....But his attitude discredits any accomplishment. Bring on your comments :) (Positive or Negative) LOL

NEW YORK (AP) -- Barry Bonds would boycott Cooperstown if the Hall of Fame displays his record-breaking home run ball with an asterisk.

That includes skipping his potential induction ceremony.

"I won't go. I won't be part of it," Bonds said in an interview with MSNBC that aired Thursday night. "You can call me, but I won't be there."

The ball Bonds hit for home run No. 756 this season will be branded with an asterisk and sent to the Hall. Fashion designer Marc Ecko bought the ball in an online auction and set up a Web site for fans to vote on its fate. In late September, he announced fans voted to send the ball to Cooperstown with an asterisk.

Of course, the asterisk suggests Bonds' record is tainted by alleged steroid use. The slugger has denied knowingly using performance-enhancing drugs. Fans brought signs with asterisks to ballparks this season as he neared Hank Aaron's career home run mark.

Bonds has called Ecko "an idiot."

"I don't think you can put an asterisk in the game of baseball, and I don't think that the Hall of Fame can accept an asterisk," Bonds said. "You cannot give people the freedom, the right to alter history. You can't do it. There's no such thing as an asterisk in baseball."

Hall of Fame vice president Jeff Idelson declined to comment Thursday night.

Hall president Dale Petroskey has said accepting the ball doesn't mean the museum endorses the viewpoint that Bonds used illegal substances. He said the museum would be "delighted" to have the ball.

"It's a historic piece of baseball history," Petroskey said in September.

So, if the Hall goes through with the asterisk display?

"I will never be in the Hall of Fame. Never," Bonds said. "Barry Bonds will not be there.

"That's my emotions now. That's how I feel now. When I decide to retire five years from now, we'll see where they are at that moment," he added. "We'll see where they are at that time, and maybe I'll reconsider. But it's their position and where their position will be will be the determination of what my decision will be at that time."

Giants general manager Brian Sabean reiterated Thursday that the team won't bring back Bonds next season. The seven-time NL MVP, who has spent 15 of his 22 major league seasons in San Francisco, was asked whether he will retire as a Giant.

"Yeah, it's my house. No matter what that's my house, no one's going to take that away, no one ever," Bonds answered. "No one's going to take the love of that city of me away, ever."

Bonds, who has 762 homers, broke Aaron's record with a shot into the right-center seats off Washington Nationals pitcher Mike Bacsik at San Francisco on Aug. 7.

Matt Murphy, a 21-year-old student and construction supervisor from New York, emerged from a scuffle holding the ball. He said he decided to sell it because he couldn't afford to pay the taxes required to keep it.

Bonds told MSNBC he hoped to reach 764 homers because he was born in July 1964. He said he's been working out and still is considering whether to play next season.

"I may hit two home runs so I can go home. I just think that I have a lot of game left. I think that I can help a team with a championship," Bonds said. "I'm a hell of a part-time player, too."

Bonds said he won't talk to George Mitchell's staff looking into steroids use in baseball while he is under investigation in the BALCO case. A grand jury has been investigating whether Bonds committed perjury when he testified he never knowingly took performance-enhancing drugs.

"I know it ends in January, so a couple more months. But I haven't been keeping up with it. Not at all," Bonds said. "I have nothing to hide. I have said that before and I will say it now and I will look you in the face. I have nothing to hide, nothing. So look all you want to."


timothylutes.com said...

Cheating or not, I still couldn't hit a home run....

Julio Medina said...

You never know Tim, Get yourself some Anabolics and some HGH and you might start cranking them out of the park...LOL...I am not discrediting the fact he hit all those homers...just the fact that he treats his fans and the general public like crap for no reason. And everyone knows he was on supplements so if he just came to grips with it himself instead of crying about it I might even respect him a little bit more. (Just a little bit though)

timothylutes.com said...

I don't like the guy, and basebore is that, boring. I used to like going to the games but now if there isn't a bunch of friends going, I can care less. Now send me to a college football or basketball game by myself and I'd be good.

And as for sports stars that treat there fans like crap, they just lose their fans so it all comes back in the end. Fans are not the easiest either. When I go to USC games, everythings good till they lose then they start being jackasses and boo!

Bryan said...

Bonds is a jerk.

Josh and Sarah Cox said...

I'm with you, Julio. I don't question his on-field accomplishments. But I love the fact that Mark Ecko is treating Bonds like he has treated fans and media his entire career. He's an idiot.

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