Barry Bonds Cited by Cops While Celebrating Giants' Victory - NBC 7 San Diego

Barry Bonds Cited by Cops While Celebrating Giants' Victory



    This is the moment the Giants won the 2010 World Series and the fans' reaction from outside City Hall in San Francisco. (Published Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2010)

    Three years removed from being forced out of the Giants' locker room and Barry Bonds is still taking balls for the team.

    The former Giants slugger was seen rooting on his one time team as they went for World Series glory at AT&T Park.

    Monday night after the Giants knocked off the Rangers to capture San Francisco's first World Series title ever, Bonds was celebrating.

    The home run king was driving in his Lexus in Dodger territory, talking on his phone doing an interview about the Giants' victory.

    Three years removed from baseball and Barry Lamar Bonds is still recognized. Bonds was pulled over by the Los Angeles County  Sheriff's Department, according to Bay City News, because he made an illegal left turn.

    He must have been so caught up in the euphoria of Giants' baseball that he lost his senses for a minute.

    Bonds was cited for the infraction and for driving without proof of insurance. However the slugger was not fined for driving while talking despite being in enemy territory.

    Now that's Giants' magic.