By DANIEL SONNINSHINE
He is the all-time baseball career home run leader.
He holds the single-season record for home runs.
He was walked more – intentionally and “non”-intentionally than any player in MLB history.
Other than Babe Ruth, he was the most dominant baseball player than history.
Barry Bonds, definitively, belongs in the Hall of Fame. Alleged steroid use or not.
And FYI: he was convicted of no offense; he was actually acquitted. Additionally, he played in an era where numerous baseballers were doing steroids. In every era, players have utilized substances that enhanced their abilities. Steroids or no steroids, Bonds should be in the HOF.
Daniel Sonninshine is an Empire State News staff writer, who is in search of greatness. A 20-something smart fellow, he is now lifting weights in an effort to obtain more power. If that doesn’t work, he will ask to write more editorials for Empire State News and less fact articles. He also dabbles in film reviews. Favorite flicks include The Godfather, Blazing Saddles, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, It’s a Wonderful Life, and The Passion of the Christ.