Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds is one of the greatest professional baseball players of all time.  Drafted in 1985, he started his career in '86 as a Pittsburgh Pirate until he traded in his black and gold for a spot as a San Francisco Giant in 1993.  With an outstanding number of records held, awards won and high stats achieved, the world-famous son of MLB All-Star Bobby Bonds is the only player in history to have hit more than 500 home runs and stolen more than 500 bases.  Having surpassed the home run records established by MLB icons Babe Ruth and Henry Aaron, the MVP slugger was one of the highest paid baseball players ever.  Despite legal troubles surrounding steroid allegations in 2007, his earth-shattering accomplishments over the span of his 21-year career has made his name synonymous with legend.

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