Is Barry Bonds the greatest player and hitter of all-time considering the pitchers he faced were also on steroids?
- conley39Lv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
No, he was one of the best, but not the best.
- 3 weeks ago
No, but I would put him in the top 25 (No order)...Ruth, Mays, Di Maggio, Cobb, Aaron, Cy Young, Honus Wagner, Griffey, Jr. Walter Johnson Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Cal Ripken Jr, Roberto Clemente, Lou Gehrig, Sandy Koufax, Johnny Bench, Rogers Hornsby, Mike Schmidt, Nap Lajoie, Warren Spahn, A-Rod, Jeter, Trout, and Bonds. .
- Lonesome RhodesLv 62 months ago
Look at the douche's numbers before he began juicing after the 1989 season. He was a Rickey Henderson wannabe; a player with a little power and a little speed, but not much else.
Those first four years are a truer representation of how good Bonds was. In other words, no very.
The boy is, was, and will always be trash.
- BobLv 72 months ago
No he was not the greatest player or the best hitter of all time.
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- ChristianLv 42 months ago
He was certainly on his way to the HoF even before he started juicing, but it's not like every player from that era cheated.