Originally Posted by westofyou
According to the SI article it began in 1998, Barry was the best player in the game before that.
Yep, his 1993 season is one of the greatest single seasons of all-time, but few people will recognize it as such.
In 80 years after everyone posting and viewing this thread is gone, people will be comparing Barry Bonds to Ted Williams as an offensive machine. Both players will be in the Hall of Fame, and people will be comparing the greatness of Bonds to the greatness of Williams. Nobody will care about steroids.
Joe Jackson and Pete Rose, on the other hand, will still be in the same place that they're in right now.