Thursday, August 02, 2007

blake on barry bonds

it's fine mom.... if he breaks this record it won't last because A-ROD will break his record. he still has 10 years in the bigs mom. TEN YEARS! right? because i think he's only 32.. so that's 10 years to beat cheater bonds record. okay? does that make you feel better?

8 comments:

Becky said...

lol i can hear him saying this. i love that kid

RWA said...

Interesting theory from a kid. Perhaps he will be right.

Alison said...

How much does it really matter when most of them are juiced up on steroids anyway?

JayMonster said...

I'm sorry, and I know this is mean, but I wish he would fall down, break something, and not be able to return to the game.

He deserves the ridicule he is getting and shouldn't have the title, even if it is only for 10 years.

Beth said...

makes me feel better.

Mike said...

Bonds needs to be drilled in the head with a 98 mph fastball.

Blake is right; as long as A-Rod stays healthy, he'll break the "new record" in about 7 or 8 years.

texas math said...

As a long-time-die-hard baseball fan...I've come to the conclusion that I will cheer when Bonds breaks the record...he most likely did take steroids (but that hasn't been proven) but the biggest reason why I will celebrate his record is that he was playing in a level playing field while he was on steroids (assuming he did take them)...its not fair to single him out when countless other hitters AND pitchers have probably also "doped" (which by the way, was not illegal in MLB until recently) ....either his record stands...or the entire decade of the 90's is erased from MLB's record books.

I could go on all day about this...because as I've mentioned I'm very passionate about baseball..but bottom line is, I don't believe you can blame Bonds for the "steroids era"

TrojanGuy said...

Damn straight. Come on, A-Rod! You're our best hope!