From the second link posted above:
"The moment is frozen in Kittle's mind: Bonds sitting, bat on the ground, with hands on top of the knob. Kittle introduced himself and, according to his book, said, " 'Barry, if you sign these, they'll bring in a lot of money for kids who need help.' Bonds stood up, looked me in the eye and said, 'I don't sign for white people.' "
Brian Popp, an attorney who works on the ex-player's charity committee, told me Tuesday that he distinctly remembers the phone call he received immediately after Kittle left the stadium. "He was livid — I've never heard him angrier. He said, 'Doesn't that S.O.B. know that blacks get cancer, too?' "
If the recuperating outfielder uttered those despicable words, where's the national outrage?"
Where is the national outrage? There won't be one because blacks get a pass. Imagine Clemens or Damron making a statement like that about blacks. Holy Schmolly, there would be riots, Jesse Jackson would be calling for a boycot of baseball and the press would be all over it.