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View Poll Results: Would Barry Bonds Make Your Favorite Team Better Offensively?

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  • Yes

    52 73.24%
  • No (please explain)

    19 26.76%
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  1. #31
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    lolz, yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by pad1 View Post
    Just saying: BARRY IS NOT THE ONE OF THE GREATEST HITTERS EVER, steroids are. Barry is just a puppet to the roids, which is why he is so good.
    ther arent even words do not describe how stupid you are.

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    ok but barry is one of about 25% of the league who were using steroids. the guy is a beast and would improve any offense. the man would hit ok but would get on base at a rediculous pace. if they actually do pitch to him than he will hit a lot of homers. anybody that says no is an idiot

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    No because all Dodger fans would riot and kill every player on the field. So with no team our offense would be worse then it already is

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuttygiantsfan View Post
    ok but barry is one of about 25% of the league who were using steroids. the guy is a beast and would improve any offense. the man would hit ok but would get on base at a rediculous pace. if they actually do pitch to him than he will hit a lot of homers. anybody that says no is an idiot
    anybody that says Roids didn't inflate Barry's hitting is an idiot........

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    He can't bring anything more to the Brewers than Fielder can.

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    Its a stupid question, im pretty sure every team could plug in his 1.000ops somewhere.

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    Bonds would absolutely improve any offense.

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    he would improve any teams offense, clubhouse and defense? thats another story.

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    He might. He gets on base a ton and still has some wheels. But, now with Teixeira, I don't think he would help us.

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    The GM's prolly all agreed not to sign him and whoever does all the teams in the league won't deal with for 2 years?

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    If you dont think Barry can improve your offense then there is something wrong with you. The guy can RAKE. Most feared hitter of ALL TIME!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYZFAN9 View Post
    Yeah... and nothing to do with his 170 OPS+ last season... with ZERO protection around him in the lineup I might add..

    hes still a beast, if you cant see that, give your head a shake
    last year......and he WAS a beast. Without steroids he was one of the greatest hitters of all time...dispite the fact that bringing him to your team opens up pandora's box of media scrutiny, team alienation, etc. but I wont talk about that.

    he's 43 years old and has been out of baseball for alomost a year. When he was on the field last year he was productive, but with age he missed time b/c of injury. bringing him to your team now is an idiotic idea. he cant just step into the box and hit this isnt MLB 2K8

    Quote Originally Posted by yaowowrocket11 View Post
    Sorry, but one of the greatest hitters in history won't lose all his skill by sitting out one year. He would instantly make a huge impact in any lineup if he was signed by a team.
    put the crystal ball down for a second. He's 43 years old, body is breaking down, and he hasnt hit in a year. Who is he Jesus? Havent we learned this about Clemens last year?

    He'd make an impact alright....and its not a positive one

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    yes jays need a power bat he still has some power left in him,



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    not true

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