Barry Bonds Loses Crutches, Throws Out First Pitch Of NLCS Game 4
The greatest home run hitter in our generation just threw out the first pitch in Game 4 of the NLCS between the Cardinals and the Giants at AT&T Park. Coming off hip surgery, Barry Bonds limped his way near the mound, ditched his crutches and tossed the first pitch as he was littered with “Barry” chants.
The Giants have a 2-1 series lead, so let’s hope that Bonds didn’t jinx his former club. Bonds, author of 762 career home runs, never won it all. The Giants have won the World Series in 2010 and 2012, shortly after he hung it up. Nowadays, he’s been the butt of all jokes after striking a pose that eerily resembles the Kermit sipping tea meme.
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UPDATE: No jinxing on Barry's part. After a 6-4 victory Wednesday, the San Francisco Giants are one game away from facing the Kansas City Royals in the World Series.
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