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No Offers For Bonds

Jon Heyman recently spoke to Barry Bonds' agent, Jeff Borris.  Borris said no team has made any kind of offer to Bonds, even at the league minimum.  Borris might not take $400K for Bonds, but he'd listen.

Tony La Russa and Ron Washington pushed for Bonds for their respective teams, but management passed.  Heyman notes the Rays' flirtation as well.  That's it though.  No front office wants anything to do with Bonds, despite the possibility of a 1.000 OPS at a bargain basement price.

I still expect Bonds to play this year.  A month or two from now some team is going to crack and decide that the production outweighs the baggage.


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