Barry Lamar Bonds is a former professional American baseball player who played 22 seasons in the Major League Baseball with the Pittsburgh Pirates and the San Francisco Giants. He received a record 7 NL MVP awards, 8 Gold Gloves, 12 Silver Slugger awards and 14 All-Star awards. He is considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time. Bonds hold many MLB league records, including most career home games, most single-season home games, and most career walks. He's essentially led the MLB and slipped six times and was in the top five in 12 of his 17 qualifying seasons. Bonds, a versatile and all-around baseball player, has won eight Golden Gloves awards for his defensive play off the field. He stole 514 bases at his low speed, becoming the first and only MLB player to have at least 500 bases stolen and 500 of them stolen.
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14 times MLB All-Star played for Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants. He set a single-season indoors run record in 2001 with 73 and his career record for indoors is 762. He also set a record with 2,558 career walks and 688 career walks. .
He graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in criminology.
He was tried for alleged anabolic steroid use and many consider his MLB record illegal.
He was married to Susann Margreth Branco from 1988 to 1994 and to Liz Watson from 1998 to 2010. He has two daughters, Aisha and Shikari, and one son, Nikolai.
He became the MLB Hank Aaron Hall of Fame for most of the family players in his career in 2007 .
- 50 Home Run Clubs - In the Major League Baseball, the 50 home run club is a group of players who have made 50 or more home runs in a single season. Babe Ruth was the first to do this in 1920
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- Major League Baseball Title Leaders - At the end of each Major League Baseball season, the league leaders of the various statistical categories are announced. Leading the American Federation or National League in a particular category is considered a title.
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- Players of Pirates of Prince William
- The baseball doping case
- Coach Miami Marlins
- The winner of the National League's most valuable player award
- National polishing champions
- RBI National Championship
- National Championship home race
- Baseball players of the Arizona State Sun Devils
- Athletes from Riverside, California
- Major League baseball players had their numbers drawn
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- American athlete convicted of crime
- African American baseball coach
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- American sports athletes in doping problem
- Winner of the Silver Slugger Award
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- Island of Hawaii player
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Latest information about Barry Bonds updated on May 10 2021.