Biography of Barry Bonds

Biography of Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds is a baseball player, born July 24, 1964 in Riverside, California. He is best known as the best homeland player in the main baseball league.

In the biography of Barry Bonds 756 kick in the game on August 7, 2007 set a new record. This Bonds has surpassed Hank Aaron – the man who has the largest number of home runs in the history of American baseball. Bonds also set a new home run record for one season. During the 2001 season, the athlete made 73 home runs, defeating Mark McGuire’s record. Bonds is known for his strength and comprehensive talent. “Sporting News” called Barry Bonds the best player of the 1990s, he was seven times declared the best player of the National League: in 1990, 1992, 1993, 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004.

From 1986-1992,

the athlete played for the “Pittsburgh Pirates”, being the left-handed player of the outer field. After that, he became a free representative, and then selected the “San Francisco Giants”. In the 2001 season, Bonds surpassed the number of home runs by McGuire, who made 70 home runs in 1998. Bond also broke previous records when Babe Ruth made 60 home runs in 1927 and Roger Maris 61 in 1961.

Despite the heroism, Barry Bonds had a strange relationship with the press and fans. He earned a reputation for eschewing public life, unfriendly to reporters, an athlete. Also, Barry was long and persistently accused of using steroids and other drugs that increase sports performance. In 2003, Bonds and his trainer Greg Anderson found themselves at the Bay Area investigation center on charges of using steroids. Bonds then testified that he had unconsciously been taking steroid products.

In November 2007, based on testimonies, Barry was four times accused of perjury, once in opposition to the law. A few weeks before, the athlete announced the withdrawal from the games of the 2008 season.

Additional Information: Barry Bonds is the son of Bobby Bonds, a major league player from 1968-81. Barry strikes and fights with his left hand, the game wears # 25. In the biography of Barry Bonds in 1996 in the elite club 40-40, 42 home runs were made and 40 bases were taken. On May 28, 2006, Barry made the 715th home run in his career, beating the Babe Ruth records. The world record for home runs was set by Sadahar O, when he made 868 home runs for “Yomiuri Giants” in the Japanese main baseball league.

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Biography of Barry Bonds