Bonds Chasing Aaron 

Bonds Chasing Aaron

Barry Bonds continues to climb towards Babe Ruthís 714 and Henry Aaronís home run record. In a way I was hoping he would not come back and the home run chase would be over. There is just something about a steroids enhanced player passing Ruth and Aaron that is wrong. Please donít give me the there is no proof story. Of course vials of steroids havenít fallen out of his pocket while running the base paths similar to the Vaseline falling out of Gaylord Perryís pocket while sliding into home but anyone with their eyes open can see what has been going on. Take a look at pictures of him at 25 and take a look now. Compare his hitting stats during what is normally an athleteís prime and after he turned 35. Then see how many other players have the same trend. Virtually none and I am willing to guess that any who do are probably within the last 10 years and part of the steroid crowd. Iím still not sure if he will catch Aaron. He could do it with a great year next year of a couple of subpar years. If he does catch Aaron though that is one record that will lose its importance.

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Comment when you say it like that it makes a lot of sense

Wed Apr 5, 2006 2:18 pm MST by bob stevens

Comment I think the fact that he is still hitting those kinds of home runs at 41 is evidence in itself

Fri Sep 23, 2005 4:04 am MST by buckblog

Comment Oh PULEEEZE! Bonds is still knocking them out of the park at 41. The other night, he hit one into the upper deck at RFK stadium where homers are rare. And don't give me this garbage about how his head supposedly expanded after taking 'roids. There's no medical proof this happens. He is nothing like that hypocritical cheater Rafael Palmeiro.

Thu Sep 22, 2005 10:28 pm MST by JohnKerryIsAnIdiot

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