Barry Bonds quietly reached out to Bryan Stow’s family following the Opening Day attack, pledging to help put Stow’s kids through college. Now he has a PSA with the Stow family in which he promotes the fund he’s created for that purpose. Some background here. Here’s the video:
I suppose it’s still possible to think this guy is the devil because he hit a few more home runs than Mother Nature intended he hit, but I’m going to choose to do otherwise. Good show, Barry.
Tolleson, who turns 31 years old on Saturday, last pitched in the majors in 2016. He had two very good years out of the bullpen for the Rangers in 2014-15, posting an aggregate 2.88 ERA with 145 strikeouts and 45 walks across 144 innings.
Tolleson signed a one-year deal with the Rays in January 2017 before undergoing Tommy John surgery several months later. The Rangers inked him to a minor league contract in December 2017, but he wasn’t able to work his way back.