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Barry Bonds on July 24 1964 in Riverside California He is the son of Bobby Bonds former outfielder for the San Francisco Giants His godfather is the Willie Mays arguably one of the greatest baseball players of all time Right from the start Barry Bonds was surrounded by baseball He stayed in the dugout to watch his father play and he learned from his father and godfather how to play the game For high school Barry attended Serra High School in San Mateo California He played baseball for the high school team and went on to play college ball at Arizona State University In college he was touted the best left-fielder in the country Barry Bonds was selected in first round by the Pittsburgh Pirates sixth pick overall In his seven seasons with the Pirates he hit 178 home runs and hit 274 bating average On October 26 1992 the Pittsburgh Pirates granted free agency to Barry Free agency meant that Barry could sign for any team that wanted him But what Barry really wanted was to move to the Bay area to play for the San Francisco Giants He got his wish was signed by the Giants on December 8 1992 In Barrys first season with the San Francisco Giants he did not disappoint He hit league leading 46 home runs 123 runs batted in and hit 336 All career highs for Barry Barry Bonds is well-known for hitting towering homer runs and great defense He also lead the league in stolen bases which meant he was fast Barry Bonds is probably the most complete player in all of history He is the only player to have at least 400 home runs and 400 stolen bases In a couple of years hell be looking at 500 home runs and 500 stolen bases Barry Bonds is the most feared hitter in baseball today Opposing pitcher are too scared to pitch to him so
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