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Barry Bonds

American baseball player
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Net worth 2018: $80 Million
Industry: Sportspersons
Residence: Riverside, California
Country: United States
BirthDay: 24 July 1964
Sigh: Leo
Height: 1.88 m
Education: Junípero Serra High School, Arizona State University

Barry Bonds was bornon 24 July 1964 in Riverside, California, American, is American baseball player. Born in a family with baseball sporting history, it was inevitable for Barry Bonds to take up the same. It can be convincingly said that baseball ran in his bloods, with his father and godfather being legendary players in their own right. A child prodigy, Bonds took to the game as early as his high school years and launched himself professionally in 1986 with the Pittsburgh Pirates. No sooner than in 1993, he switched to San Francisco Giants, a team for which his father and godfather played. In his a little over two decades of career, Bonds became a player of international repute. At the time of retirement, he had 14 times achieved the All Star status and was a winner of 8 Golden Gloves. Additionally, he had several records to his credit including most career home runs at 762, most home runs in a single season at 73, most career walks in 2,558, and most career intentional walks 688. Games apart, he made his debut as an actor making a cameo appearance in the baseball film ‘Rookie of the Year’. To know more about his life, childhood and profile in details, read through this biography.


$80 Million


As of 2010, he maintained his stand of not being retired


Filing for a free agency, he however, was not signed by any of the teams for the 2008 and 2009 seasons


276 batting average, 28 home runs, and 66 RBIs in 126 games and 340 at batsHis contract with the Giants ended on September 21, 2007


However, he was down with knee injury and suffered from multiple surgeries, and rehabilitationIn 2006, he equalled Babe Ruth’s hitting his 714th career home run on May 20th eventually surpassing the latter’s record by scoring a run against Colorado Rockies pitcher Byung-Hyun Kim to make his overall home run total stand at 715


Before the onset of 2005 season, the steroid controversy filled up the media with rumors of him having performance-enhancing drugs doing the rounds


Year 2004 marked a year of personal bests for him as he won his second National League title


For the 2003, season, he had hit 45 home runs in just 390 at-bats, along with a


In 2002, he renewed his contract with the Giants for yet another five year term for a record $90 million


In 2001, he had hit 39 home runs by the All-star break, drew a major league record 177 walks, and had a


Though in 1997, his batting average dipped to a then all-time career low of


In the 1996 season, he made a strong comeback, becoming the first National League player and the second Major League player to hit 40 home runs and steal 40 bases


For seasons 1994 and 1995, his records somewhat dwindled as he finished fourth and twelfth respectively in the MPV voting


He won his third MPV award overall, finishing the 1993 season with


He enrolled at the Arizona University, graduating from the same in 1986 with a degree in criminology


His mastery over the game earned him the July 1985 player of the Month for the League title


He finally broke Aaron’s home run record by scoring his 756th home run off Mike Bacsik in San Francisco


Same year, he hit his 700th home run, eventually securing his fourth straight MPV award and seventh in total

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