Deion Sanders knows a thing or two about being an all-time great athlete.
The Hall of Fame cornerback is one of the few to be a two-sport athlete at the professional level, and do it with success. On top of playing 14 years in the NFL, he also spent nine years in the bigs.
On Friday, Prime Time recognized one of his former teammates, Barry Bonds.
Posted on his Instagram account is a black and white photo of himself and Bonds with the Giants, calling the career home run leader, "arguably the best baseball player ever."
The full caption reads as, "Barry Bonds arguably the best baseball player ever. Teammates in 1995 San Francisco Giants. 3 MVP's Before he was EVER accused of anything. #Thinkaboutthat #Truth"
Sanders, who also played nine games with the Cowboys that year, was traded from the Reds to the Giants on July 21. In 52 games with the Giants, he hit .285/.346/.444 with five home runs, five triples and eight stolen bases.
At the same time, Bonds was in his fifth All-Star season, leading the league in multiple categories. Bonds hit .294/.431/.577 with 33 home runs, 109 runs, 104 RBI, 31 stolen bases, and 120 walks. He led the NL in games played (144), walks (120), on-base percentage (.431) and OPS (1.009).
For a team that only went 67-77, finishing last in the National League West, 1995 was quite the year to be a Giants fan with these two suiting up in San Francisco.