Let's take a look at Barry Bonds' zaniest Instagram posts

Barry Bonds Zany Instagram Posts
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Let's take a look at Barry Bonds' zaniest Instagram posts
Just Barry Bonds going for a stroll on his bike. And for some reason, talking like he's a grandparent leaving a message on an answering machine. Good for Bonds though, staying in shape post-retirement. 
He's at it again! Just before Barry caught Willie Mays sleeping, he did the same to his dog. At least he had the decency to act dozed off himself. 
A few months back, Bonds caught a bug and "was out of commission for a few days." He promised to be back soon, and sure enough, he was! Thankfully, Barry fully recovered. 
Barry and Kim K!
...And Kanye too!
What are the odds of this becoming the next "but that's none of my business" meme?
Barry Bonds entranced by fireworks on the Fourth of July. We imagine this being the look he put on several fans' faces during his days with the Giants.
Barry on his bike again, this time indoors on a cool-looking, simulated ride. He even got someone to record the video for him!
This is it. Barry wins. 

By John Dorn

Yesterday, ahead of the MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati, former MLB slugger Barry Bonds took to Instagram to share an entertaining -- yet slightly creepy -- snapshot. Making a guest appearance: Bonds' sleeping godfather, Willie Mays.

Cool! Weird, but cool!

But after further review, Bonds' Instagram account is filled with a bunch of peculiar pics and flicks. Above, we complied the 10 most... interesting. Take a look for yourself. And once you're done, here's a video of Bonds in his prime, hitting one halfway up the top deck at the old Yankee Stadium.

And finally, some more proof that at 50 years old, Bonds' swing is still pristine.

Barry Bonds Can Still Hit Bombs

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