Barry Lamar Bonds (born July 24, 1964) is an American former professional
baseball left fielder ... He holds many MLB hitting records, including most career
home runs, most ..... whether the record ...
Apr 10, 2014 ... Yu Darvish is the fastest to 500 strikeouts - should we care? ... Today the record
belongs to Bonds, and I had to look up the exact home run total, which is ....
games, that average number rose to 7.85 per game, and counting.
Aug 8, 2007 ... Barry Bonds hits No. ... Bonds Sets Baseball's Home Run Record ....
Commissioner of Baseball Bud Selig, who counts Aaron as a dear friend, ...
Nov 20, 2013 ... Barry Bonds still attends Giants games, but until his legal woes are over, he'll be
... By now, he should be the fading face of American doping.
The freeding frenzy on Barry Bonds isn't about steroids. It's about a guy people
don't want to see breaking records. ... And counting. ... baseman Jose Lind,
outfielder Slick Van Slyke and infielder Bobby Bonilla -- all of whom, it should be
Bonds — Major League Baseball's controversial, newly crowned home-run king
— is apparently a metaphor for how big West thinks the record will be.
Jul 24, 2015 ... We could count all of them, but that won't make them legitimate in the ... An
additional 23 percent said the records of juicers should be stripped ... The poster
boy for steroid-fueled home run dominance, Barry Bonds would lose ...
Jan 31, 2010 ... Baseball fans want to throw out everything Barry Bonds did because he took
steroids. ... For those who want to take away the records, you can count that one
– the ... This essay is not about who should be in the hall of fame.
May 17, 2006 ... his record shouldn't count - it is tainted, Whethr or not steroids actually ... Barry,s
Bonds records should be erased and when he passes Hank ...
May 13, 2015 ... That alone makes it easy to see why the records don'€™t include the ... and Barry
Bonds'€™ home run in the World Series not a home run? ... counting it if it doesn'
€™t affect a record that everyone should have equal shot at.