It ain’t just Barry Bonds who’s burdened by being paid millions to play baseball… yet continues to do it.
Red Sox closer Keith Foulke recently told Dan Shaughnessy that he’s “not a baseball fan“ and that he’ll “never be channeled toward baseball.”
Not exactly the kind of spirit you want leading into spring training, yet Foulke remains the posterboy (literally) for the final out in the 2004 World Series.
Him and Doug “The Doggone Ball Is Mine” Mientkiewicz adorn walls throughout New England. It’s almost weirder now than it was then.