Minnesota Twins pitcher Boof Bonser during a 2007 spring training game against the Pirates First rumored by Boston Sports Life in January, Boof Bonser told Twinkie Town that he has retired from baseball, the 33-year-old last played professionally in 2013, when he pitched for the Columbus Clippers of the International League. He last pitched in the big leagues for the Oakland Athletics...
Veteran right-handed pitcher Boof Bonser is retiring after 13 seasons in baseball, according to a source close to the pitcher. Bonser, who has one of the games best names, was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the first round (21st overall) of the 2000 MLB Amateur Draft. He played 13 seasons in the minor-leagues and four in the major-leagues, where he pitched for the Giants...
Former first-round pick Boof Bonser signed with the Bridgeport Bluefish of the independent Atlantic League, according to a press release issued yesterday. Bonser played four seasons at the Major League level (between 2006 and 2010), and spent the majority of his career with the Minnesota Twins. His best season came in 2007. In 30 starts, Bonser went 8-12 with a 5.10 ERA in 173...
Justin Masterson pitches a two-hit shutout over his former team when the Indians beat up on the Red Sox, 11 – 0. Most of the offensive damage takes place against two relievers recently called up from the minors, Boof Bonser and Joe Nelson. Travis Hafner belts a grand slam against Nelson in the 8th, when Cleveland scores 8 runs to put the game away.
Boof Bonser was a first-round pick (21st overall) by the San Francisco Giants in the 2000 amateur draft. Bonser has played over 13 years, including four at the major league level. Since 2000, Bonser has spent time with multiple organizations including the Giants, Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, Oakland Athletics, New York Mets and the Cleveland Indians. Recently he spent time...
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