I don't see why he thinks someone will pay him $350 million. The GMs recently took a blind poll and they almost all said that they would never give A-Rod 350 million dollars. He is not a reincarnation of Babe Ruth. He is not God. He is a great player, but any GM who is willing to give up that much cash is silly.
On another note, A-Rod is one of those players who is suspect to have used PEDs. Jose Canseco said that he had some dirt to dish on A-Rod in his next book. Of course, now,
In 2006, Topps released a baseball card...a true rookie card...of Alex Gordon in their series one set. Just one problem...according to the then-new MLBPA rules, Gordon wasn't eligible for a rookie card. At the time, the general feeling was that Topps wanted to see just how serious the MLBPA was. A little later on in 2006, this time in Series 2, a Cuban defector by the name of Alay Soler earned rookie status after debuting with the New York Mets. Topps scrambled to get out a card of Soler, but couldn't
Updated 11-12-2007 at 12:35 PM by Dalkowski110
(Forgot about another error...)
After thinking long and hard about this entire era, I have come to the conclusion that I'm sure many of you already have.
I'm done with the steroids talk. I'm done bashing Bonds, I'm done bashing Clemens, and I'm not about to start bashing Rodriguez.
Put them all in. The only person associated with this era that needs to be kept out of the Hall of Fame is Bud Selig.
Bonds owns the home run record, and he is one of the five best players of all-time, though
How to increase confidence in 20 min
Confidence. Just say that word in your head. What does it mean to you? For me it means believing that I am able to perform up to my expectations toward the task at hand. Now for baseball, confidence is as valuable as gold....no forget gold. Its as valuable as a diamond because in the beginning, for a lot of players, our confidence is about as shiny as black coal. It takes a lot of refinement for the coal to turn into diamonds. The other reason
Updated 08-21-2010 at 10:25 PM by Mark Brooks
When you first read the title of this blog entry, you probably either thought me insane or merely that I made a typo. Don't sell your Bonds cards? Dalkowski, are you a a beer can short of a six pack? No, I'm not. And the value of Barry Bonds cards going into freefall is exactly why you should hang onto them (if you missed the boat in 2001, anyway).
About a week ago, a friend of mine sold a 1986 Topps Traded Tiffany Barry Bonds XRC for $25 on eBay. Go there now and you're lucky if