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Bonds in Blue

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I like the idea, last in the league in home runs, we need another stick in the lineup, we all know that. And the good news is the TWINS can afford him. As far as the distraction part boo-whoo, tell him to show up and bat.We need another bat in the lineup to make the playoffs and to go deeper in the playoffs.

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Um yeah no thanks! I'll pass on the head case.

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I'm not a Twins fan...it would be a disgrace to even have him in the midwest! I totally understand where you are coming from though....I don't think any organization would want the headache that comes along with him. That's a lot of drama!

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I would rather have Manny

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I wouldn't watch a game with Mr. Roid in the line-up.

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Really is it that bad, heck ol knobby was on the list. We used to support him ...right? People are ranting and raving we need a third baseman that can hit. I really don't see one out there we can get.

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For me, its not the roids, its the attitude. I dont want what he brings in the locker room. We dont need those headaches.

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If he were right-handed, I would be all for it. The Twins need a right-handed power hitter...we are already lefty-heavy in the lineup.

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Id rather have Bonds than Monroe as a RH DH.

I think he would be a great addition if he signed for cheap.

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This is the kind of post you'd expect from PierBridge!

You crazy!.... grin

Bond's career is over isn't he like 47? just my opinion but the only jersey he'll be wearing will pin stripes and I aint't talking the Yankee's.

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I would rather have Lewwwww back then have Bonds!! crazycrazycrazy

Not!!!!! grin

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Batting Stats

P G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS SF SH OBP SLG OPS AVG

B. Buscher, 3B 30 105 16 35 5 0 3 26 6 13 0 2 2 0 .363 .467 .830 .333

D. Young, LF 97 377 52 111 18 4 4 41 22 67 12 4 2 0 .337 .395 .732 .294

N. Punto, SS 42 125 14 36 8 2 1 18 11 21 4 2 2 1 .341 .408 .749 .288

M. Tolbert, SS 30 83 13 22 6 0 0 3 5 15 4 1 0 2 .307 .337 .644 .265

J. Kubel, 90 297 49 78 11 3 13 51 31 59 0 1 5 0 .327 .451 .778 .263

M. Cuddyer, RF 62 234 30 59 12 4 3 35 21 37 5 1 0 0 .324 .376 .700 .252

H. Clark, 3B 4 8 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 .250 .500 .750 .250

M. Lamb, 3B 70 219 18 50 10 2 1 28 13 29 0 1 8 0 .263 .306 .569 .228

C. Monroe, CF 58 163 22 33 9 0 8 29 16 48 0 1 0 0 .274 .405 .679 .202

A. Everett, SS 25 74 9 14 5 1 1 7 5 9 0 0 2 2 .235 .324 .559 .189

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Bonds VS. our Competition

SEASON TEAM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB BB SO SB CS OBP SLG AVG

2006 San Fran Giants 130 367 74 99 23 0 26 77 200 115 51 3 0 .454 .545 .270

2007 San Fran Giants 126 340 75 94 14 0 28 66 192 132 54 5 0 .480 .565 .276

Career Totals 2986 9847 2227 2935 601 77 762 1996 5976 2558 1539 514 141 .444 .607 .298

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Since Bond's agent is shoping him around at the league minimum salary he would be a good pickup for the rest of the year, even if he is a Diva. Sign him at the league minimum, give him a performance incentive, and can his butt if he starts acting up. Not much downside.

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If Bonds paid us 75 million we still wouldn't let him come here for OBVIOUS reasons

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I think it would help the twins with his at bat, I would clap for him after every home run he hit for us, but it doesnt matter, it wont happen!

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If Bonds paid us 75 million we still wouldn't let him come here for OBVIOUS reasons

Cause the Twins are anti-power?

Cause if the Twins made a bold move to bolster our team for a post season run it would shock many people to the point of heart attacks?

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UMMM no Sled none of the above!

Let's just say it's a bit of a CHARACTER issue that you may not understand.

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What!! no way pier, I don't think there that anti big star. Imagine the stress off of M&M there stats would jump as well as the piranya's. The dude wants to play and make a difference what more do you want.

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might just be the ticket to put us outta reach when october comes even if they walk em its a guy on base that can be pinch ran tough to spend money on an old timer tho

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I think it would be an absolute shocker if the Twins ended up with Bonds.......I would be for it for the fact that he is better than what we have at DH and in a must we could put him in the outfield and he wouldn't do any worse than Delmon Young.....He might bring a crowd with him but he might be the power that we are lacking and the way the Twins handle players I think Bonds would be just happy to be given a chance to come and play ball. The Twins need something to get them over the hump and into the playoffs and the all-time hr king* might just be what we need.......

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How about this guy??

Reds left fielder Adam Dunn hit his 30th home run on Monday night, tying the Phillies' Ryan Howard for the major-league lead. His .941 OPS ranks ninth in the NL. And his defense, by most measures, has improved.

Nobody wants him?

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