It’s October 2012 and the San Francisco Giants are in the middle of their second playoff series in three years. Barry Bonds, no longer introduced, is sitting in his car on the corner of San Francisco’s 2nd and King Streets, right next to MoMo’s Bar and Grill. Bonds does not necessarily join patrons, but it does is interact with them – whenever something good happens at nearby Oracle Park, it honks and ignites the MoMo crowd who are packed out on the patio.
For the famous Recluse Bonds, it is as close as you will be able to get closer to a co-signer. And for good reason: During baseball season, MoMo’s is a Bay Area sports fan’s paradise at the foot of Heaven’s Gates, aka Oracle Park.
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