Jeff Pearlman must be struggling to sell his book - http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=pearlman/060823&lpos=spotlight&lid=tab1pos2
"In promoting "Love Me, Hate Me: Barry Bonds and the Making of an Antihero," I've done my best to paint the portrait of a conflicted, misunderstood character; of a man who isn't always what he seems and who -- beneath the layers of hostility -- possesses a decent dose of humility. Was I lying in such efforts? Not at all. I honestly believed that, despite the hundreds of former teammates and friends who relayed stories of Bonds' monstrous disposition, there was some good.
Again, no more.
Barry Bonds is an evil man. A truly evil man."
"I am not writing this column to sell books. I'm writing it to tell Barry Bonds -- to beg Barry Bonds -- to finally do something selfless and righteous: Come clean"
The public is coming around to the fact that this Bonds case is probably gonna turn into another Kobe Bryant rape case. It's a "he said-she said" situation until he tests positive, and now the guys who thought they blew the whistle are getting frustrated and are resorting to childish insults. I saw Pearlman's book in the store the other day and thought about buying it, until I remembered I wasnt going to support someone trying to profit off of smearing one of my favorite players of all time. He also whines about how the writers of "Game of Shadows" will go to prison of they dont testify about their sources. What do you all think about these reporters?