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Tag Archives: Barry Bonds
The Pirates defeat the Giants, 8-7‚ but Barry Bonds sets a major league record by reaching 30 home runs for the 13th straight season.
The Giants roll over the Dodgers, 15-1 as winning pitcher William VanLandigham hits his only career homer‚ off Tom Candiotti. Candy plunks him his next time at bat. Mark Carreon has 5 RBI and Barry Bonds goes hitless but scores … Continue reading
This past week’s amateur draft and the Giants’ upcoming series against the Pittsburgh Pirates got me thinking of 1982, and what might have been. In the June 1982 amateur draft, the Giants drafted local kid Barry Bonds, a graduate of … Continue reading
When my brother and I were boys and occasionally bought baseball cards, the only brand I remember being available (we’re talking late-1960s and early-1970s) was Topps. As aspiring baseball scholars, we soon realized that the very best players were distinguished … Continue reading
It’s voting process for Hall-of-Famers may be dysfunctional, but last weekend, the Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum got something right, opening its new “Diamond Mines” exhibit dedicated to the scouting profession. The exhibit features artifacts such as radar guns … Continue reading