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Barry Bonds (1964-Present)

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Basball Player Name: Barry Bonds

Time period of Play: 1986-Present

Position of Play:Left Fielder

Barry Bonds, the son of the famous All-Star Bobby Bonds is a notable figure in the world of baseball. His major accomplishments include 14-times All-star and eight times Gold Glove-winning title.
He made a major home run record with 762 runs in the Major league. It was way back in 1990 when he won the first MVP record. He even won the prestigious Gold Glove and Silver Slugger Awards. He was the first National League player who appeared the second position to hit 40 home runs. Year 1996 brought major fame to his career by honoring him with 300 bases for 300 home runs. He was the fourth player to do that.
On the Sporting News list of the 100 greatest baseball players, he was ranked number 34 for his outstanding achievements. Within a few years, he was counted amongst the greatest baseball players. From 2001 to 2004, Bonds consecutively got four MVP awards. He is the senior most player to get the national League batting position in 2002.

Baseball regards him as one of the living legends holding innumerable records of all time.

 
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Personal Information

Full Name:Barry Lamar Bonds
Born: July 24, 1964
Playing Position: Left Fielder
 
 

Career

MLB debut was in May 30, 1986 for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Last MLB appearance was for the San Francisco Giants in September 26, 2007.
 
Batting Average   .298
Home Runs    762
Hits    2,935
Runs Batted In    1,996
Stolen Bases    514
 
 

Teams

Pittsburgh Pirates (1986--1992)
San Francisco Giants (1993-2007)
 

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