Barry Bonds WILL NOT Break Hank Aaron's Home Run Record ... Ever!
The Ridiculous Situation :
Barry Lamar Bonds will, in front of Commissioner Bud Selig, injure himself severely enough to cause him to miss roughly half the remainder of the season.
For fear of being booed as a visitor in a ball park, Bonds will intentionally not hit any home runs on the road.
However, at home, Bonds will get no pitching. He'll be intentionally walked one out of every three at-bats, and in the other two, will receive roughly one hittable pitch. (The Giants will still lose, despite his on-base percentage swelling.) After the season, Bonds will be indicted on Federal charges and go to prison, for a long, long time. He will end this season, and his career, short of Hammerin' Hank's record.