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Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds, arguably the most famous slugger in MLB history, was a 22 year veteran who primarily played for the San Francisco Giants. He holds the record for the most home runs hit in MLB history at 762. He is most famous for being accused of taking steroids, and thus all of his records have been largely considered tainted.

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What are the official longest home runs in MLB?

Icons of the game have issued numerous prodigious blasts worthy of awe, but the actual distance is apocryphal and subject to much hyperbole. Examples include: Mickey Mantle - 660 Feet Mickey Mantle - 634 feet. On 4/15/1961, Cincinnati Reds outfielder Wally Post hit a shot in St. Louis that traveled 569 feet. In the news article from the Cincinnati papers, Stan Musial was quoted it was by far the longest homer he ever witnessed. Bob Nieman, a Cardinals out fielder who also witnessed...
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What is the value of a Barry Bonds rookie baseball card?

the 1987 Topps Barry Bonds rookie card is worth about $20
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Is Barry Bonds retired?

Barry Bonds is not officially retired currently. He is on the free agents list but nobody wants him currently. Actually he isn't on the free-agents list because he doesn't play baseball anymore but he can though :) ...
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What stadium was the squirrel crawling across the backstop and Barry Bonds almost hit it?

It was at a Giants-Cardinals Game. Either at Busch Stadium or Candlestick Park ...
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What is the value of a Donovan McNabb limited edition rookie card from Topps?

Topps did not make many Limited Adition Topps cards. The card is then worth about a hundred dollars or more since Mcnabb will probally be a Hall of Famer one day. ...
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Who hit the longest home run in MLB history?

The player who hit the verifiable longest home run is Mickey Mantle. i believe it was around 634 feet. Mickey Mantle hit the home run on September 10,1960. ...
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Who hit the first home run in Major League Baseball history?

The first home run hit in MLB history was by Ezra Sutton of the Cleveland Forest Citys on May 8, 1871 against the Chicago White Stockings in the National Association. Sutton hit a second home run in the game to be the player to hit the first and second home runs in MLB history. Ross Barnes of the Chicago White Stockings, later the Cubs, hit the first home run in the National League on May 2, 1876. Later that day Charlie...
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Weren't the original Killer B's Barry Bonds and Bobby Bonilla?

Bonds and Bonilla were two of the original killer B's. I believe there were more "B's" than just them, though. Sid Bream, Jay Bell, and Rafael Belliard were also part of those teams. I feel like I'm forgetting someone, though. Hope that helps answer some of the question! True enough, although I'm sure this is the first and only time, Rafael Belliard has ever been called a "killer B' - maybe just a "B" would be better! Steve buechele, wally backman, Stan belinda....
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How long did Barry Bonds play baseball?

Bonds played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1986 to 1992 and the San Francisco Giants from 1993 to 2007. ...
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What is the value of a 1987 donruss Barry Bonds number 326?

1988 Donruss Barry Bonds card number 326 The card you have was issued in 1988, and would have stats from 1987. A 1988 Donruss Barry Bonds baseball card number 326 has a book value of about $2.00 in near/mint -mint condition. Professionally graded cards will sell for more. Condition is important. Common flaws with baseball cards include: rounded edges, creases, off centered, and faded color. Any or all flaws will devalue the card significantly. ...
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Who caught Barry Bonds 752nd home run ball?

39-year-old Dave Davison retrieved the ball on Sheffield Avenue past the right field wall near Wrigley Field on July 19th, 2007. ...
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What is the MLB record for consecutive games with a home run?

For a player, Dale Long of the 1956 Pittsburgh Pirates, Don Mattingly of the 1987 New York Yankees, and Ken Griffey Jr. of the 1993 Seattle Mariners hold the MLB record for consecutive games hitting a home run with 8. ...
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Who holds the record for most home runs in Major League Baseball history?

this can acctually be a trick question. however the real home run record is not barry bonds, hank aaron, or babe Ruth. those are the top 3 names that come up usually. the home run record holder is JOSH GIBSON he was a negro league player and never played in the "mlb" in his era. however the mlb joint with the negro league therefore meaning all records and stats from the negro leagues are entered into the current mlb am i losing...
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How do you join a sports team?

You can join a sport team if you play a sport and your really good at it then if someone comes and says would you like to play rep and if you say yes keep playing good and then pretty soon youll be playing for a national team for the sportyour really good at. ...
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How many hits did Barry Bonds have in his career?

Barry Bonds had 2,935 hits during his career.
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How many current lifetime at bats does Barry Bonds have?

At the end of the 2007 season, Bonds has 9847 official at bats. That number does not include his career totals of 4 sacrifices, 91 sacrifice flies, 106 times hit by pitch, and 2558 bases on balls. All told, Bonds has approximately 12,600 career plate appearances. ...
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Did Michael Jordan ever hit a major league home run?

No, he only played for a Double-A team. He had a brief professional baseball career for the Birmingham Barons, a Chicago White Sox farm team, batting .202 with 3 HR, 51 RBI, 30 SB, and 11 errors. He also appeared for the Scottsdale Scorpions in the 1994 Arizona Fall League. ...
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If Sammy Sosa Barry Bonds and Ichiro Suzuki were in a home run contest who would win?

Home Run Contest Barry Bonds Barry Bonds would definitely win. He did take steroids so without them who knows if he would win Ichiro? Not even close (no offense). Probably Bonds, though Sosa would have a good chance. Given the whole steroid thing going on nowadays, the whole issue is probably pointless anyway. Well Bonds of old wouldn't win against Sosa of old....but the way Sosa been hitting Bonds would kill him Bonds would win. Ichiro is a good player, but is not a home...
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Did Barry Bonds buy performance-enhancing drugs from BALCO?

Yes! Absolutely! As of July, 2007 there is an investigation led by former U.S. Senator George Mitchell that is delving into the use of steroids and other performance enhancing substances in baseball. Until that investigation is concluded no one will know for sure. Bonds has implicated himself by saying that he used a 'cream' that is ultimately believed to be a steroid. One thing is for sure ... almost everyone has an opinion about Bonds and steroids. ...
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Has Barry Bonds tested positive for steroids?

Yes he has! But he claims he does not know how it came to be in his body. He says he has never intentionally taken them. Because of this, I say that HAMMERIN' HANK AARON will always be the real record holder! Answer as of last night he has not tested positive Answer Bonds has never failed a steroid test administered by MLB. When testifying before the grand jury in the BALCO case, he admitted to using steroids (Cream and Clear) that he said...
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What is the MLB record for most home runs in one game?

For a player it is 4, done by 15 players most recently by Mark Whiten. Answer The major league record for homeruns in one game by both teams is (12). Done twice by the Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox's. 5-28-1995 Detroit(7) and Chicago(5) and on 7-02-2002, Detroit(6) and Chicago(6). The Major League record for most home runs hit in a single game by both teams seems modest, considering the record for one team is ten. On two occasions, in 1995 and 2002, the...