CRAZY COOL GROOVY CONGRATULATIONS goes out to legendary SAN FRANCISCO GIANYS Left Fielder # 25 BARRY HOME RUN KING BONDS for on yesterday, July 8, being honored by the GINATS, and; having a plaque honoring him added to the SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS WALLOf FAME!!!
BARRY BONDS began 21-year MLB career inn1986 with the PITTSBURGH PIRATES. In 1993, he war traded to the GIANTS, with whom he remained until his retirement as an active MLB Player in 2007.
Here are some of the records held by BARRY BONDS:
- Home runs in a single season (73), 2001
- Home runs (career) (762)
- Home runs against different pitchers (449)
- Home runs since turning 40 years old (74)
- Home runs in the year he turned 43 years old (28)
- Consecutive seasons with 30 or more home runs (13), 1992–2004
- Slugging percentage in a single season (.863), 2001
- Slugging percentage in a World Series (1.294), 2002
- Consecutive seasons with .600 slugging percentage or higher (8), 1998–2005
- On-base percentage in a single season (.609), 2004
- Walks in a single season (232), 2004
- Intentional walks in a single season (120), 2004
- Consecutive games with a walk (18)
- MVP awards (7—closest competitors trail with 3), 1990, 1992–93, 2001–04
- Consecutive MVP awards (4), 2001–04
- National League Player of the Month selections (13—2nd place: 8 – Frank Thomas; 2nd place (N.L.) – George Foster, Pete Rose and Dale Murphy)
- Oldest player (age 38) to win the National League batting title (.370) for the first time, 2002
BARYY BONDS is the 49th SAN FRANCISCO GIANT to be added to the GIANTS WALL Of FAME.