OK, SO THE RAPTURE didn't happen. But that doesn't mean there aren't signs of a pending apocalypse.
Greg Anderson, the personal trainer accused of supplying and injecting Barry Bonds with performance-enhancing drugs, is an assistant coach in a youth baseball league in Burlingame, Calif.
According to a story in the New York Times, Anderson, a convicted felon, helps coach the 11- and 12-year-old team his son Cole pitches for.
Doesn't the league do background checks?
According to the league's website, the "BYBA conducts a reference screening process on all candidates . . . "
Anderson would not speak to the Times' reporter after the game, and league official Mike Brunicardi did not return a phone call or an email from the newspaper.