8.28: Kent on fighting with Barry Bonds
Jeff Kent gives his side of the story on the infamous dugout fight between he and teammate Barry Bonds.
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Berry was strong and if you wanna go against very you better be strong -- so I guess Armstrong the you know it can explain myself this because this was that this was. Partially planned. Not not predetermined but it was parsley plan. And I got a lot story it's time to -- -- -- they were about eight games out now you've got to believe this -- is true story. Were eight games out time and we're getting our butt kicked by San Diego and game we're down by and that in at that moment we were down by five or six runs we were eight games down in the standings is about mid season your take. And and -- had happened where we didn't get the force that second. Where where we we missed communicated in the infield and we -- at the force out. So San Diego and that scores through four more runs in that inning as we -- that forced David Bell David Bell yes. And and so I gonna locker room David Bell on our yelling at each other -- each other out. And and very down the other end kind of wanna pop off to -- -- that this is it a moment my statement. Among cause a ruckus here -- called the Rockets and -- and I went after I wasn't afraid Baird because we've gone after a couple times. Sometimes Barry needs a kick in the rear end because he's so good there's no motivated for Barry saw -- Hi how wanna keep get on the horse -- how to motivate her for Barry. Now his competitive nature is in the elevator but I was to motivate her on the team for Bears sometimes. So -- motivated -- and motivate the team. We you know went wild card that your own World Series. So if we all wanna make a big deal about the incident yes it was a big deal but it was a good deal for the better because we started to play better baseball. To say that was the reason why I'm not yours say that but we started playing better baseball and from that point on we end of all the World Series so. That's one regret that I don't -- which I did have in the World Series but that's one regret that I never.