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Barry Bonds

1983 Alaska Goldpanners
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Born 7/24/1964
Birthplace Riverside, CA
H/W; B/T 6-1, 185 ; L/L
Out of: Arizona State U.
 Debut 05/30/1986

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  • 7/19/7: Rejuvenated Bonds hits 752 and 753 "At 753, suddenly Bonds is now two homers away from tying Aaron's Major League Baseball career-best 755 and three away from passing him into first place on the all-time list."
  • 7/15/7: Home Run chase turns eyes to Fairbanks “Nobody in our organization had a harsh word to say about Barry Bonds,” Dennis said. “He was exemplary and he was just an average college kid. He had a tremendous sense of humor, too.”
  • 5/6/7: Hits 744th Home Run : Within 11 of the Hammer  "Whether he's hitting or he's walking, it still changes the game," winning pitcher Noah Lowry said."
  • 5/3/7: Free Passes on Rise as Bonds Heats Up "San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds is at it again, terrorizing the National League on his way to breaking Hank Aaron's career home run record, and he's starting to pay the price. Opponents, fearing the return of Bonds' home run prowess, have stopped pitching to him."

Hank Aaron on Bonds breaking his record
"I think he will. I hope so," Aaron said. "I've had it long enough. I've gotten a cup of coffee and a dime out of it."

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First Ever w/ 500 HR & 500 SB
SILVER SLUGGER
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Bonds became the first NL player to homer in six straight games since Graig Nettles (64-65) did it for San Diego in 1984.

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY CLIPPINGS:

  • Hit .347 in his three-year career as a Sun Devil.
  • 1985 The Sporting News second-team All-American.
  • Tied NCAA Record with seven consecutive hits in 1984 College World Series.
  • Named to the All-Time College World Series Team in 1996.
  • Selected in the first round and sixth overall in the 1985 MLB June Amateur Draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
  • 1984-1985 first-team All-Pac-10 selection.

Barry Bonds' Milestone Home Runs (1986-2004)

  • 1st -- June 4, 1986, off Craig McMurtry, Pittsburgh at Atlanta*
  • 100th -- July 12, 1990, off Andy Benes, Pittsburgh vs. San Diego
  • 200th -- July 8, 1993, off Jose DeLeon, San Francisco at Philadelphia
  • 250th -- July 18, 1994, off Shawn Boskie, San Francisco at Philadelphia
  • 300th -- April 30, 1996, off John Burkett, San Francisco vs. Florida
  • 350th -- June 22, 1997, off Chan Ho Park, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles
  • 400th -- August 23, 1998, off Kirt Ojala, San Francisco at Florida
  • 450th -- April 15, 2000, off Todd Stottlemyre, San Francisco vs. Arizona
  • 500th -- April 18, 2001, off Terry Adams, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles
  • 550th -- August 27, 2001, off Kevin Appier, San Francisco at New York Mets
  • 564th -- October 4, 2001, off Wilfredo Rodriguez, San Francisco at Houston, tying Mark McGwire for major league mark with 70 homers.
  • 567th -- October 7, 2001, off Dennis Springer, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles, setting major league mark with 73 homers.
  • 600th -- August 9, 2002, off Kip Wells, San Francisco vs. Pittsburgh
  • 660th -- April 12, 2004, off Matt Kinney, San Francisco vs. Milwaukee, tying godfather Willie Mays for third on baseball's career list.
  • 661st -- April 13, 2004, off Ben Ford, San Francisco vs. Milwaukee, passing Willie Mays for third on baseball's career list.
  • 700th -- Sept. 17, 2004, off San Diego's Jake Peavy, at San Francisco
  • 714th -- May 20, 2006, off Oakland's Brad Halsey, at Oakland, tied Babe Ruth for second place on career list
  • 715th -- May 28, 2006, off Colorado's Byung-Hyun Kim , at San Francisco, surpassed Babe Ruth to take sole possession of second place on career list
  • 750 -- June 29, 2007, off Livan Hernandez
  • 755 --
  • 756 --
PRESSBOX
 Barry Bonds OFSFOSigned Jan 2002 - 5 years/$90M
 2002: $13.0M (+$10.0M signing bonus paid between 2002-4)
 2003: $13.0M
 2004: $16.0M
 2005: $20.0M
 2006: $18.0M
 -Team can void after 2005 unless he has 500PA in 2005 or 1500PA 2003-5
 -Signing bonus paid: $2.5M in 2002, $3.5M in 2003 and $4M in 2004
 -$5M each year deferred until 2007-11

Goldpanners Statistics 1983

Batting Stats

YEARGABRH2B3BHRRBIBBSOSBSHBAVG

1983

61824100236400.222
TM TOT'S612037469643104376364330830111082931.316

 

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Decade: 1993-2002

Major League Career Statistics 1986-2002

Batting Stats

YearTeamGABRHHRRBIBBSOSBCSOBPSLGAVG
1986PIT1134137292164865102367.330.416.223
1987PIT15055199144255954883210.329.492.261
1988PIT14453897152245872821711.368.491.283
1989PIT15958096144195893933210.351.426.248
1990PIT1515191041563311493835213.406.565.301
1991PIT1535109514925116107734313.410.514.292
1992PIT1404731091473410312769398.456.624.311
1993SF15953912918146123126792912.458.677.336
1994SF1123918912237817443299.426.647.312
1995SF14450610914933104120833110.431.577.294
1996SF1585171221594212915176407.461.615.308
1997SF1595321231554010114587378.446.585.291
1998SF15655212016737122130922812.438.609.303
1999SF102355919334837362152.389.617.262
2000SF1434801291474910611777113.440.688.306
2001SF1534761291567313717793133.515.863.328
2002SF143403117149461101984792.582.799.370
TOTAL 2439833518302462598165219221329493140.449.595.295

Fielding Stats

YearTeamPosnGGSTCPOAEDPFLD%
1986PITOF110108294280952.983
1987PITOF1451263503301553.986
1988PITOF136129303292560.980
1989PITOF1561463853651461.984
1990PITOF1501453583381462.983
1991PITOF1501473373211331.991
1992PITOF139138317310430.991
1993SFOF157156322310750.984
1994SFOF1121102111981032.986
1995SFOF1431432972791262.980
1996SFOF1521513022861061.980
1997SFOF1591583052901050.984
1998SFOF155154308301250.984
1999SFOF9695184177432.984
2000SFOF141138265254834.989
2001SFOF143141260246861.977
2002SFOF135133253241482.968
TOTAL  22442185479945781457621.984

Seattle Mariners' Kazuhiro Sasaki, right, and San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds exchange greetings after the major league baseballers' 8-5 victory over their Japanese counterparts in the opening game of the eight-game U.S.-Japan All-star series at the Tokyo Dome indoor baseball stadium Friday night, Nov. 3, 2000. Sasaki made a homecoming appearance with a inning of perfect relief. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)


San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds, left, and Yomiuri Giants manager Shigeo Nagashima have a chat before the opening game of the eight-game U.S.-Japan All-star series at the Tokyo Dome indoor baseball stadium Friday night, Nov. 3, 2000. The major league baseballers beat their Japanese counterparts 8-5. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)

It’s a lot tougher to hit when you go up to the plate knowing you might see one, two, three pitches to hit in a week. It’s not easy to hit that way. And if you see that pitch to hit, you might not hit it for a home run. If you only get a base hit, everybody boos you. --Mark McGwire

(Weight training) has made him extra-productive, in what probably should have been the twilight of his career . . . There’s nothing he can’t do on a baseball field. There’s no telling what he can do. --Mike Piazza

If he had been pitched to all year long, who’s to say he wouldn’t have hit 100 home runs? The guy is that good. --Jim Tracy

He’s been ridiculously consistent for 15 years. To put up those kinds of numbers year after year, now he’s 37 and only getting better. It’s like he’s in his prime. I hope I’m in that kind of shape when I’m 37. --Derek Jeter

He can do anything. Move a runner from second to third. Stolen base in a big situation? I’ll steal it for you. Home run? You got it. --Bobby Cox

No one’s quicker than him. You can’t sneak anything past him . . . He’s not a home run hitter. He’s just a great hitter who happens to be hitting a ton of homers. --Greg Maddux

He and Hank (Aaron) both have that recognition. They both recognize the difference between fastballs, curves, changeups and sliders really well. You’re not out in front or behind. You’re right there. --Dusty Baker

If you could explain it, I would have been in grooves like this a long time ago. You’re almost in shock. I come around and touch home plate and I’m in the dugout thinking, 'What did I just do?' You don’t know what to think. --Barry Bonds

In '98, (the record) was only 61. And then Mark McGwire came and hit 70 and that was like 'wow.' Now you see 73--that's unbelievable. --Sammy Sosa

Not a chance . . . I’m not Mark McGwire. I’m just not that powerful a hitter. Mark is so much stronger than I am. --Barry Bonds, June 21, 2001

I recruited Barry. I really knew him. But we had different requirements, and he didn’t get into USC. He was intelligent but didn’t want to do the work. They all [Bonds, Mark McGwire and Randy Johnson] could have been on the same team. --Former Southern California coach Rod Dedeaux

His best attribute was confidence. What makes Barry special is he’s extremely strong mentally . . . He wasn’t as physical a player then, especially these last three years. He was a frail kid with a quick bat, 165-170 (pounds), max. You’re talking about a whole different animal now. --Former Arizona State teammate Don Wakamatsu (85)

"He was more emotionally drained than anybody because he was going after the record, But that's the challenge of baseball: to come back emotionally. That was awesome. That was another big blow for us." - " Giants manager Dusty Baker

Barry is the only player to win five MVP awards. Here is how he's fared in MVP voting (top 10 finishes):

1990: 1st
1991: 2nd (to Terry Pendleton)
1992: 1st
1993: 1st
1994: 4th
1996: 5th
1997: 5th
1998: 8th
2000: 2nd (to Jeff Kent)
2001: 1st
2002: 1st

- Source: ESPN
 

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