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Bonds Enjoying His New Job As He Returns To San FranciscoBonds will return to San Francisco for a three-game series, still wearing orange and black but now in a different role with a different team.
Griffey Says Bonds Should Be In Hall Of FameKen Griffey Jr. says steroid-tainted slugger Barry Bonds deserves to be in the Hall of Fame.
Marlins Hire Bonds As Hitting CoachThe Miami Marlins announced on Friday that the team's new hitting coach will be former Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants left fielder Barry Bonds.
AP Source: Bonds In Talks To Become Marlins Hitting CoachBarry Bonds might soon be tutoring Giancarlo Stanton, slugger to slugger. Bonds is talking with the Miami Marlins about working for them as a hitting coach, a person familiar with the discussions said Monday.
Arbitrator Rules Against Bonds In Collusion Case
Prosecution Of Barry Bonds Ends Without ConvictionThe U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday formally dropped its criminal prosecution of Barry Bonds, Major League Baseball's career home run leader.
Great Moments In Baseball History: The 2002 San Francisco Giants Almost Win It AllAfter getting swept in the 1989 World Series by the Oakland Athletics, the San Francisco Giants didn't make it back to the postseason until 1997, and it took five more seasons before they finally made it to the World Series again. In a battle of two wild-card teams, the Giants came so close to winning the series in six games, but a leaky bullpen cost them Game Six—and the Anaheim Angels emerged victorious in Game Seven at home. It was the closest Barry Bonds ever came to winning a ring.
Nate, Cory, and Jason Ross Show - June 22nd, 2015
Great Moments In Baseball History: The 1993 Giants Save Baseball In San FranciscoAfter almost being moved to Florida, the San Francisco Giants opened a new era in their long history with the arrival of left fielder Barry Bonds. In one of the last great pennant races before the major leagues added wild-card teams to the playoffs, the Giants won 103 games—and missed the postseason anyway, thanks to a Game 162 loss against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Nate, Cory and Jason Ross Show - May 29th, 2015
Barry Bonds Pursuing Claim That MLB Owners Conspired To Keep Him Out Of Baseball