01.31.07

Who Says Barry Bonds’ Days As Corporate Pitchman Are Over?

Posted in Baseball, The Marketplace at 5:36 pm by

Thank you, Max Burke, for passing along a link to the following item from Network World’s Paul McNamara that was posted earlier today.

Did I stumble into a baseball card show? Or a pharmaceutical industry convention?

Don’t know how else to explain what I am seeing as I type here at DEMO 07: Barry Bonds — the Barry Bonds, baseball’s most controversial/reviled figure — is up on stage (in front of an utterly empty show hall) taking some publicity pictures. Bonds will be back on stage late this afternoon with his Web designer (just another member the entourage, I suppose) and a company called Bling Software. Bling is unveiling an AJAX-based Web client for mobile handsets.

Yikes! Who would imagine that one of the poster children for steroid abuse in baseball would be up there making a pitch instead of hitting one.

One Response to “Who Says Barry Bonds’ Days As Corporate Pitchman Are Over?”

  1. kaylee says:

    Oh god I dont like bonds,he is a cheater:)

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