Look: Barry Bonds is unrecognizable at Westminster Dog Show

Look: Barry Bonds is unrecognizable at Westminster Dog Show

Barry Bonds, Westminster Dog Show. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images).
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Barry Bonds appeared like a totally different individual at the Westminster Dog Show.
After spending the last numerous years mainly out of the general public spotlight, former MLB MVP Barry Bonds resurfaced at the Westminster Dog Show.

Bonds was a superstar in the 1990s and 2000s with the San Francisco Giants and the Pittsburgh Pirates before that. While he struck more crowning achievement than anybody in baseball history, Bonds was especially irritable with the media throughout and the latter part of his career was ruined with controversy, specifically as it related to performance-enhancing drugs. This is why he hasnt been enshrined in the Hall of Fame.
Here he is viewing his miniature schnauzer Rocky compete at the Westminster Dog Show where his appearance is starkly different from the extra-large appearance her had during his time with the Giants.

While he struck more house runs than anyone in baseball history, Bonds was especially irritable with the media throughout and the latter part of his profession was ruined with controversy, particularly as it related to performance-enhancing drugs. Bonds, as well as two other controversial players in pitchers Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling, are portion points away from getting into Cooperstown on their Final and 10th tallies.
For now, he seems to be pleased in retirement seeing his canine contend in the Westminster Dog Show.

Barry Bonds was unrecognizable during the Westminster Dog Show.
No doubt about Bonds losing weight after his playing career was over. He last played for the Giants in 2007 and is entering his final year on the National Baseball Hall of Fame ballot. Bonds, along with two other controversial gamers in pitchers Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling, are percentage points far from entering Cooperstown on their 10th and final ballots.
It has actually never ever been proven, Bonds is often associated with alleged steroid use during his profession. If he never allegedly messed around with performance-enhancing drugs, the pity in it all is he would have been a first-ballot Hall of Hamer. In the meantime, he appears to be happy in retirement watching his pet dog complete in the Westminster Dog Show.
If not for FOXs Jen Hale telling us right off the bat, we would have no concept that was Barry Bonds.