“Do I look lonely?” – MLB Blinged Out icon Barry Bonds once pulled off the Ultimate Flex on Reporter with his Ferrari and model girlfriend

Even if Barry Bonds didn’t earn his Hall of Fame induction, the MLB legend will go down as the most dominant player on the plate. During his playing days, Bonds was a monster for pitchers.

Too bad the San Francisco legend never won the World Series. For 22 years of his baseball career, Barry Bonds dominated the game from home plate. With 14-time All-Star, 7-time league MVP, and numerous other individual honors, Bonds has won it all in MLB as an individual. Along with having an illustrious career, Bonds has also enjoyed a glamorous life.

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The Giants legend had a successful but controversial career in MLB. But Bonds as a human will always be a fan favorite. Once, after his retirement, he teased a reporter in typical Barry Bonds style.

Is Barry Bonds alone at the top?

With 762 home runs in Major League Baseball, Barry Bonds has the game’s best hitting record. Even players like Babe Ruth, Ken Griffey Jr., Albert Pujols and Alex Rodriguez are behind Bonds in most home runs in MLB.

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – AUGUST 11: Former San Francisco Giants player Barry Bonds attends a ceremony to retire his #25 jersey at AT&T Park on August 11, 2018 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)

Talking about his wit and charm, fans loved him for those characters in his personalities. According to a video doing the rounds on the internet, Bonds pranked himself. Once, when asked by a reporter if he felt lonely at the top (MLB record), Bonds had the best answer.

He pointed his hands to his friend and his Ferrari car and said he had never been alone. Even his model girlfriend was there when this incident happened earlier this year.

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“I don’t even know who your boss is… No; I lost count after so many years (when I was asked about a particular home run)… Alone? Do I look alone? I’m here with a guy… Life is good,” Barry Bonds said. “You see… It’s really good (pointing to his sports car). That’s how good it is.

In particular, it is almost impossible to dethrone Barry Bonds from the top of the home run charts. Because it took the Giants legend 32 years to break Henry Aaron’s home run record. Only time will tell if a player even comes close to Bonds’ home run record (762).

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Garland K. Long