Bonds show offers more questions than answers
We're five episodes into "Bonds on Bonds," and I'm still looking for a lead for a front-page news story or riveting human drama. Bonds wondering about finishing his career in the American League to become a less-stressed designated hitter, or admitting every ball player, sooner or later, "comes to the end" of his career, is not the kind of material to generate the word "Bulletin."
ESPN executives made a decision that whatever Bonds says on the series, produced by the Tollin/Robbins company ...
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