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Barry Bonds

Barry Lamar Bonds is an American former professional baseball player who spend his career in the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants of MLB.
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PositionLeft Fielder
Date of BirthJuly 24th 1964
Place of BirthRiverside, California, USA
TeamsPittsburgh Pirates & San Francisco Giants
DebutMay 30th for the Pirates
Last appearanceSeptember 26th for the Giants


Bonds spent his 22 year in MLB career with the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1986-1992 and the San Francisco Giants from 1993-2007.

Considered as greatest player in baseball, he won 7 times NL Most Valuable Players, 12 Silver Slugger Awards and 14 times selected to MLB All Star Games. He hold many hitting records including most career home runs (762 HRs), most home runs in single season (73 HRs, set in 2001) and most career walks.

Iconic 756

(And Bonds, Hits one high! HITS IT DEEP!! IT IS OUTTA HERE!! 756!)

On August 7 2007 at AT&T Park (now Oracle Park) Bonds hits a 453 foot home run off a pitch from Michael Bacsik of the Washington Nationals to breaking Hank Aaron (755 HRs) record as the all time most career home run.

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