All-time home run leader Barry Bonds says he would like to help the San Francisco Giants. Bonds was in attendance for Monday’s game between the Diamondbacks and Giants in San Fran. He said he would like to rejoin the team in some kind of coaching capacity with major or minor leaguers.
In addition, Bonds also said he knows he could help struggling Giants ace Tim Lincecum.
Meanwhile, the seven-time NL MVP winner also addressed other matters. According to the “San Francisco Chronicle,” Bonds said his conviction for obstruction of justice in April 2011 will never get off his mind, but he’s moving on.
Bonds also told reporters his new sport is cycling.
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