สมัครเล่นบาคาร่า Gwen Knapp wrote a terrific feature on Major League Baseball’s home run champion, Barry Bonds, published Wednesday at Sports on Earth. It’s a long, great read on the limbo in which Bonds finds himself since playing his final game for the San Francisco Giants in 2007. He’s been locked out of the game, first unable to find work as a player — Bonds never retired, he says, but instead was “fired” — and today as an instructor.
บาคาร่าออนไลน์ จีคลับ What’s the difference between Bonds and other players in the performance-enhancing drugs era? For one, Knapp says: Mark McGwire, Jason Giambi and Matt Williams, among others who have found forgiveness, don’t have a criminal record — a felony obstruction of justice charge that Bonds continues to appeal as he serves his sentence.
Another: Bonds spent his playing days acting awfully angry much of the time, and his personality faults haven’t done him any favors. But it’s not like McGwire is known as the friendliest person in the world. Bonds is being kept out of baseball.