Home-run king Barry Bonds has visited the visiting clubhouse at O.co Coliseum for the past two days, part of a continued relationship with Houston Astros' outfielder Dexter Fowler.
Fowler has been working with Bonds for about a year. And in an effort to get his offensive game back on track, The Houston Chronicle's Evan Drellich reports, the two put in some work over the weekend. Fowler didn't go into specifics about his work with Bonds, saying the two spent time on every facet of his game.
“I don’t think it’s just one thing,” Fowler said, according to Drellich. “It’s a plethora of things. To point out one thing, it’s mentally, it’s physically, it’s everything. … We might just sit there and talk for an hour.”
According to MLB.com's Brian McTaggart, Bonds and Fowler went over video in the Astros' clubhouse on Saturday and then had dinner together. Bonds didn't comment much on their work together, saying only, "I'm just here to watch him to do his thing."
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