Bonds is second-best at best

Updated: August 26, 2004, 3:52 PM ET
By Ray Ratto | Special to ESPN.com

With all his numbers and all his presence and all the flop sweat he induces in others, Barry Lamar Bonds is NOT going to be the National League's Most Valuable Player, and here's why.


That's it. Just because. Sure, that's a third grader's answer, but hey, this is the free part of the Internet. How much analysis do you actually want to pay for?

In fact, there are three compelling reasons why he won't get his fourth straight souvenir keychain from the 32 MVP voters of ...

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