William Rhoden thinks the time for Bonds has come:
How does Bonds get back in baseball? How do we end the owners’ apparent unholy conspiracy to keep Bonds out of uniform?
Which team will have the courage to step up to the plate?
In 2004, Bonds told reporters that he could see himself ending his career in the American League as a designated hitter.
The time has come. Bonds belongs in the American League; he belongs in Boston.
Boston has a great legacy of hitters: Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, Jim Rice, David Ortiz. Bonds is the greatest of them all.
Unholy conspiracy? Nice.