Whether you love him or hate him, believe he's guilty or not, should fans be allowed to throw syringes on to the playing field during a baseball game??
Like so many other players before him, I'm sure Bonds isn't completely telling the truth which doesn't portray our athletic heros in such a good light. They are not the role models they once were.
Neither are the fans. It seems people don't just go to the ballpark anymore to have an enjoyable afternoon with family or friends. It's like the players are there to do a service for the folks that paid sometimes large amounts of money for prized seats right behind home plate.
Who doesn't remember the name Steve Bartman? This poor guy became quite well known for that Chicago Cubs foul ball incident. The guy probably thought he was going to be lynched for that move.
The list of fan interference goes on and on and incidents seem to be increasing as the years go by. Now it's possible for people to bring in such potentially dangerous items as syringes so they can make complete idiots out of themselves in order to make a point.
The way I see it, in a couple of years, the baseball diamond will be shielded by 10 foot high plexiglass similar to a hockey game so that fans can no longer snag a foul ball or throw objects on to the field. Whatever happened to the days when the biggest fan interference was a woman running on to the field to steal a hug and a kiss from her favorite baseball player?