Barry Bonds just doesn't know when to quit. On Monday, April 12, 2010, "Death at a Funeral" premiered, a flick where Barry can be seen hamming it up with comedian/actor Tracy Morgan. Bonds left the Major League baseball scene in 2007 for unknown reasons. Without an official conference to provide his fans with closure, Bonds hung up his cleats. When asked about addressing retirement, he told reporters that "it's not necessary."
I for one, think that the fall of Bonds was pretty sad and as a fan of the game, I am pissed. Many may sympathize with him because of how the media treated him, appearing to force him out of baseball. But everything Bonds got he deserved. Bonds was born in california and will now die in california. This Home Grown Hero still, however, won't provide any insight into his future, or past for that matter, leaving me and all other baseball fans to fill in the blanks and answer all of the question marks that now is his career. Bonds is in serious denial, when asked about playing again he tells reporters...
I would have to work out a little harder to give you any formal consideration."
The question wasn't serious Barry, we know the delusional world you live in and the media is going to do what they do best, exploit it. Thanks for the laugh.
All we know is that the clean and the clear isn't a solution he used to help fix the dude's acne. I bet that when it comes to steroid use in baseball, Barry throughout his career was at the forefront. When new and untraceable steroids were introduced, Barry was there. This is why he keeps his mouth shut, afraid that he might slip up and reveal some of those question marks.
Good Luck bro, I hope the movie does well. Seriously, I'm rooting for you.