Bonds plans for life after baseball

Barry Bonds sits third on the all-time home run with 703 roundtrippers. Bonds knows that, as he approaches age 42, he won’t be able to play baseball forever. On Tuesday, he gave his teammates, fans, and reporters a glimpse into what awaits Bonds when he decides to retire.

Bonds is going to pursue a career as, well, the world’s freakiest looking cross-dresser ever. As shown on the Web site of the San Francisco Chronicle, Bonds previewed this look today.

Here, Bonds sports a lovely wig, a weird chainlink necklace, and some massives shoulders.

During the day’s events, Barry serenaded the rest of the team before Spring Training. Nothing screams inspiration quite like a 6’1″, 230-pound, muscle-bound 42-year-old wearing a tube top.

Bonds also showed off his stunning cleavage for the camera and his fellow Giants. Save my eyes please.

(All pictures are linked from SFGate.com. I didn’t take them. Ben Margot of the Associated Press did. Read the real story behind Bonds’ costume at Bonds takes a turn as Paul Abdul.)

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7 Responses to “Bonds plans for life after baseball”


  1. 1 Jerseyrules March 1, 2006 at 9:45 am

    Deadspin, is right on. The first installment of the Bonds reality series on ESPN. His stunt has the smell of the Network all over it.

  2. 2 Ryan B March 1, 2006 at 1:41 pm

    Wow, just wow. Should we worry that it looks like he has breasts without a bra?

  3. 3 notapundit March 1, 2006 at 1:42 pm

    Wow! He rather looks like a pumped up Serena Williams on steroids.

  4. 4 Mike Boehm March 1, 2006 at 3:09 pm

    How do you you even react to this? It’s so over the top stupid that it makes you wonder iff he’s actually dressing up…or if all those steroids finally turned him into a woman.

  5. 5 Sarah March 1, 2006 at 4:09 pm

    He’s the best looking Bond girl I’ve ever seen!


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