The alleged steroid use of former Yankees starter Roger Clemens, left, seen in 2007, and former Giants outfielder Barry …
Barry Bonds might have slugged .750 the year he won his third of four straight NL MVP titles (well, technically it was .749, but we'll round up), but he won't get 75 percent of the votes needed to induct him into the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
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On Jan. 24, the Baseball Writers Association of America will announce the results of its 2018 Hall of Fame balloting. Among the candidates are Barry Bonds, the all-time home run leader and seven-time Most Valuable Player, and Roger …
For the sixth year in a row, baseball’s home run king and a seven-time Cy Young winner have both been refused entry into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Neither Barry Bonds, the second-greatest hitter of all-time by fWAR, nor Roger Clemens, …
Barry Bonds so badly wanted to play one final season. On the 10th anniversary of breaking baseball's all-time home run mark, Bonds told The Associated Press on Monday night that believes he would have hit 800 homers or come very …
If the Cardinals have invigorated the middle of their lineup as they imagine with the addition of Marcell Ozuna and possible relocation of Dexter Fowler, then they will have also turned a home run king into a soothsayer. Barry Bonds said it …
Barry Bonds still hasn’t found his way to Cooperstown, but he is getting one permanent place of MLB recognition in 2018. The Giants announced Tuesday they will retire Bonds’ No. 25 in a pregame ceremony Aug. 11. Baseball’s all-time …
Legendary Giants slugger Willie McCovey is adamant that Barry Bonds belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame, and he's mad about Joe Morgan's recent letter imploring HOF voters to reject any players linked to baseball's infamous steroid …
On this date 25 years ago, a baseball star agreed to go home. Barry Bonds, then a two-time National League Most Valuable Player, left the Pittsburgh Pirates as a free agent to join the Giants. On Dec. 6, 1992, he agreed to a six-year, …
Barry Bonds probably isn’t going to make it to Cooperstown, but his number will be retired by the San Francisco Giants this coming season. Barry Bonds isn’t a Hall of Famer, but that won’t stop the San Francisco Giants from retiring his …