Originally written on Hall of Very Good  |  Last updated 11/15/14

He might not ever get a plaque in the Baseball Hall of Fame, but Barry Bonds does have a plaque outside AT&T Park commemorating his record 756 home runs. Or, well...did. According to the San Francisco Giants, the plaque, which used to hang on the brick facade inside the ballpark beneath the flag court area in right-ceter went missing this past week.  But don't fret, folks...they're on it. "We're in the process of replacing it,'' team spokeswoman Staci Slaughter said. "We're not sure what happened. We're reviewing video, but haven't found anything yet." Whew.

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  • Who cares, he's a phony cheater. He had never hit more than 60 in a season when he jacked 73...in fact he never topped 50 and only topped 40 four times in a season before that year. The Roids allowed him to hit more, it was never an issue about him being able to hit. He was just not as huge a homerun hitter before he juiced. I refuse to acknowledge him as the homerun leader, Aaron holds the record. And if you want to break it down even more...Ruth was the greatest. He hit just 41 fewer homers tha Aaron and Aaron played almost 7 more seasons than Ruth. (Aaron 23 seasons 755 HR...Ruth 22 seasons, but the first 7 were mainly played as a pitcher not an everyday hitter 714 HR...) Screw Bonds and Palmiero, McGwire and Sosa too for that matter.
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