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footballsimp wrote:good ridence. never liked the guy and I hope he is 1 HR shy
quitesanemax wrote:footballsimp wrote:good ridence. never liked the guy and I hope he is 1 HR shy
If he is 1 homerun shy of the record at the end of the year, there is no way he retires. I agree that the only likely way he retires at (or before) the end of this seaason is if he has broken the record, or it becomes impossible for him to play with the bum knee... or if he does so badly that it becomes obvious that the homerun record isn't as close as he thought.
Musicdude10 wrote:Good riddance. His retirement has nothing to do with his knee, he only wants the record and is then saying good bye, and wants to stay out of the media this year, although it will be hard with the hr's. he has too much going against him with the steriods, and baseball doesn't need his "i'm tired, i'm just so tired" and "back off or i'll snap" excuses to the media when they ask him questions other than things that make him look good. the man has avoided any chance to make public appearances, avoiding homerun derbies, the WBC, off seasons, and no guaranteed timetables for his return from injuries etc. All i know is that his surgery at the end of last season was supposed to keep him out until this year's spring training, and he came back in 1/2 the time. steriods helps you heal faster, its been proven, its recomended by doctors for that use. Bonds is 38, too old to recover that quickly on his own. so i can't wait until he retires and breaks his knee on the first pitch he sees this season and it breaks right off
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