Giants to Unveil Barry Bonds’ Wall of Fame Plaque on Saturday, July 8th

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  • 17 May, 2017
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Barry Bonds

The San Francisco Giants today announced that it will unveil a plaque on the team’s Wall of Fame in honor of seven-time National League MVP Barry Bonds on Saturday, July 8th at 3:30 p.m. prior to the Giants v. Miami Marlins game at AT&T Park along King Street.

 

Barry Bonds

The Giants Wall of Fame serves as a living tribute to the organization’s greatest players.  It recognizes retired players whose records stand highest among their teammates on the basis of longevity and achievements.  Those honored have played a minimum of nine seasons for the San Francisco Giants, or five seasons with at least one All-Star selection as a Giant. Bronze plaques honoring these players and their baseball contributions line the brick wall of AT&T Park along King Street for all Giants fans to enjoy.  Bonds will join 48 other Giants legends who have received the Wall of Fame honor.

 

Bonds, who currently serves in the Giants front office as a special advisor to the CEO, signed with the Giants in 1993.  He spent his final 15 Major League seasons in a San Francisco uniform, compiling a .312 batting average with 381 doubles, 41 triples, 586 home runs and 1,440 RBI in 1,976 games. He can be found throughout the SF-era record books, ranking in the top 10 for batting average (first), games (third), at-bats (third – 6,263), runs (first – 1,555), hits (third – 1,951), doubles (first), triples (fourth), home runs (first), RBI (first), stolen bases (first – 263) and walks (first – 1,947).

 

Bonds won seven NL MVP awards, eight Gold Glove awards and received 14 All-Star selections during his storied 22-year Major League career with the Pittsburgh Pirates (1986-92) and San Francisco Giants (1993-2007). He was a two-time winner of the National League batting title and the lone member of baseball’s 500 homer-500 steal club holds Major League Baseball’s all-time records for home runs (762) and walks (2,558).

Barry Bonds




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