Barry Bonds, still the home run king
If you're too young to remember Barry Bonds's playing career, you probably mostly associate him with various controversies. But putting side the legitimacy of his records, the guy was unbelievable. It wasn't just the homers: In his early career he was a constant 30-30 threat with his speed/power combo. And during his record-setting twilight seasons, his stats were obscene. He had a .609 OBP in 2004, a season in which he hit "only" 45 dingers.
And now that he's the Marlins' hitting coach, he's started reminding everyone that he's the all-time home run king:
Barry Bonds just beat the Marlins players on a back field HR BP contest. Including Stanton.— Craig Mish (@CraigMish) March 16, 2016
He may be skinnier now, but Barry Bonds could probably still bat cleanup for most major league teams.
Seriously, watch these swings
Ned Yost breaks bricks
Kansas City's Ned Yost did yesterday what any MLB manager does during spring training: He broke bricks with his bare hands.
And before you conspiracy theorists accuse him of using some kind of fake brick that's easy to break, check out these battle scars:
Ned Yost broke bricks with his bare hands today. "Nothing to it. I can handle all the feats of strength." pic.twitter.com/aJKRdaRwKT— Sam Mellinger (@mellinger) March 15, 2016
Brent Burns has a unique style
Brent Burns, hairiest leprechaun in the world pic.twitter.com/dbcmSjpxHL— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) March 16, 2016
Today's cricket highlight
Coach hangs with fans after the game
Coach Brown out to see Sixers fans that bused up to Brooklyn for the game tonight. pic.twitter.com/QN1IKLSVdj— Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) March 16, 2016
Wednesday with Charlie Brown and Lucy. pic.twitter.com/nP5ysNLNVu— PEANUTS (@Snoopy) September 25, 2013
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