Barry Bonds' giant, commemorative home run plaque was stolen straight off the outfield wall at AT&T Park last night in San Francisco, which is great because:
- The guy's home run record is bogus anyway due to massive steroid use
- You'd probably have to be on steroids to gank something that big
A rep for the team confirms it was boosted Tuesday night, saying, "We're not sure what happened. We're reviewing video, but haven't found anything yet.''
The plaque was unveiled after Bonds hit his record-breaking 756th home run in 2007.
The walking BALCO clearance sale finished with 762 for his tainted career.