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Jeff Pearlman is a columnist for SI.com, a former Sports Illustrated senior writer, and the critically acclaimed author of Boys Will Be Boys, The Bad Guys Won!, and Love Me, Hate Me.--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I finished this book in a week when it usually takes me a month or so to finish a book.
As the title suggests, Jeff Pearlman's excellent book on Barry Bonds give us both the good and the not-so-good of Barry Bonds.
This seems to be the first one to really get inside and give a true picture of who he is.
If you don't like Barry Bonds, you will love this book. I happen to like him and didn't like how he was portrayed at all. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Fontana
I'd recommend this book for any baseball fan in the 90s/2000s. Gives Bonds' back story. Loved the information from ASU, exploits in Montreal, and story about the Sid Bream play.Published 6 months ago by Walker Agnew Jr
This is a tough book about someone who pathologically invites such treatment. His defensive contempt of nearly everyone he came in contact with as a player is quite sad, as much... Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. B. Rosett
I bought this book as a present for my husband. He Loved it. It got here on time for Christmas. He likes Barry bonds and it had all the information in it.Published 18 months ago by Elva P.
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It was a good book and provided a lot of good information. It is a bit of a sad story since despite all the talent and money he had he really never seemed happyPublished 21 months ago by Dan Guinn
Sounds like to me this 'author" has a personal vendetta against Mr Bonds. It felt like I was reading a tabloid. Read morePublished 23 months ago by shawn moore
"I'd rather lose without him, than win with him." This is a quote from one of Bonds' ex-teammates from the Pirates. Read morePublished on April 24, 2012 by Brian Ward
A complicated man, this Barry Bonds.
A man who wasn't satisfied with merely being the best all-around player in baseball. Read more