Here's some more classic Bonds from last nights game at Shea. These are excerpts from a NY Post article.
Concerning sports writers:
SportsCenter will be empty when I'm gone.
Sports writers will all lose their jobs when I'm gone becuase they'll have nothing to write about.
Getting walked is harder than hitting.
They can have [bleeping] dog-poo as bases so I have to step in [bleep] as far as I'm concerned. What the hell.
When asked if the game had lost its innocence, one writer pointing to the '69 Mets jumping in childlike exuberance, Bonds responded, "What kid did you see in '69? I thought they were grown-[bleeping] men out there."
He did take umbrage when one reporter characterized Leiter as having had "success" against him.
"He's had success against me? You must be smoking Kool-Aid," said Bonds, now 9-for-30 against Leiter. "What success have you been reading? I don't fear no pitcher, dog."
When asked if he might walk 200 times this year - he has 46 already - he asked, "You got a crystal ball up your rear end? Nobody knows what's going to happen, dude. You can't predict the future. If you could, I would've won a ton of money on the Marlins."
Luckily this guy can hit because I think he's too dumb to do anything else.