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TheYanks04 wrote:No. But he has never been proven guilty as all his apologists on this board frequently point out. I seriously would like to know whether the Giants have insurance on Bonds' salary and if so whether they have filed a claim. 20 M is a lot of dough to not insure against injury.
kingctb27 wrote:I hope he comes back and breaks Arron's record just for you Bonds Haters
TheYanks04 wrote:Now the GIansts are denying the report:
Barry Bonds was actually taken off an I.V. today, the Giants revealed. As scheduled, he switched to oral antibiotics to continue to fight the infection in his knee.
Bonds is not immobilized ''by any stretch of the imagination,'' his spokeswoman, Rachael Vizcarra, said tonight. ESPN's report was out of date if there was much truth to it in the first place, but at least it forced the Giants to comment on Bonds' condition.
Of course no one is going to believe anythig they say at this point.
baseball6791 wrote:kingctb27 wrote:I hope he comes back and breaks Arron's record just for you Bonds Haters
me too i realize im putting a large target on my back, but to wish serious illlness on a guy that has done nothing except be the most dominant hitter of this century (yes... with steroids, but hes not the only one) as well as one of the best overall players of the late 80's and the 90's (pre steroids)- during that time he won 3 MVP, stole bases at a large rate (only member of the 500-500 club EVER), and won something like 8 or 9 gold gloves. also, if what these reports are saying are true, the extent of his illness is no longer baseball related. at this point he's infected with a serious staph infection, which is not a baseball injury, and something that should never be wished on any1 who has done nothing to you.
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