After pursuing a collusion case against Major League Baseball, an arbitrator has ruled against Barry Bonds, who believed the league owners conspired against him to keep him from playing after the 2007 season. This ruling was first brought to light by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports and was later confirmed by Henry Schulman of the San Francisco Chronicle. Bonds had an outstanding year...
The Pittsburgh Pirates are streaking. They've won eight of 10 to move to 74-48 on the season and just 3.5 games back of the NL Central-leading St. Louis Cardinals.The Pirates would be leading every other division in baseball except the AL Central where they'd be locked in a virtual dead heat with the Kansas City Royals.Pittsburgh is headed toward its third consecutive postseason...
Barry Bonds did not lie about being injected with steroids or withhold information when he was asked in court about performance-enhancing drug use, at least as far as the U.S. Department of Justice is concerned. According to The Associated Press, the Department of Justice on Tuesday dropped its criminal prosecution of Bonds for obstruction of...Read More
Barry Bonds has hit more home runs than anyone in Major League Baseball, but we’re still trying to figure out if he knocked it out of the park with his latest Instagram post. The former San Francisco Giants slugger used the social media platform early Tuesday morning to snap a selfie with his godfather, baseball legend Willie Mays. This embed is invalid" /> ...
Barry Bonds is not the first person to sneak up on a family member and take a selfie with said family member while he or she is sleeping. But when that family member is one of the greatest baseball players to ever live, it’s somehow just a little bit funnier. If you wanted to know...Read More
Barry Bonds last played in a major league game in 2007. Eight years later, he is now reportedly preparing to file a grievance against Major League Baseball, contending that MLB and its teams improperly colluded to prematurely drive him from the game. As you may recall, back in 2007 Bonds hit an impressive .276/.480/.565 during […]
San Francisco Giants legend Barry Bonds is going after Major League Baseball over the way his career ended in 2007. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the All-Time home run king is proceeding with a case against MLB and claiming collusion by the league’s owners. Bonds apparently feels that teams got together after he...Read More
Barry Bonds is one of the greatest hitters of all time, and the San Francisco Giants are looking to put some of his knowledge to good use. Bonds had a short visit with the Giants during spring training last year, which was his first instructional role with the team since his playing days ended in...Read More
How nice it must be to be able to drop 20 grand on a bike. No, not a motorcycle. A freaking bicycle. That’s what former Major League Baseball slugger Barry Bonds did recently. If you don’t believe us, just check out this photo provided by Business Insider. Among other things, this insane bike weighs only 14 pounds and features one of only 250 carbon-fiber rockets in the...
The Giants and Cardinals squared off in a pivotal Game 4 of the NLCS. And they called on former Giants slugger Barry Bonds to throw out the first pitch and get it started. The crowd at AT&T Park stood behind him and chanted “Ba-rry! Ba-rry! Ba-rry!” as he prepared to throw...
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