Authorities are still trying to locate a Barry Bonds home-run plaque that was stolen from San Francisco’s AT&T Park sometime last weekend, a Giants spokeswoman said Thursday.
The commemorative plaque honoring home run king Barry Bonds’ record 756th clout has gone missing from AT&T Park.
MLB.com reports that Matt Joyce turned to YouTube of all places and dialed up footage of former San Francisco Giants’ slugger Barry Bonds
A lawyer for home-run leader Barry Bonds urged a federal appeals court in San Francisco Wednesday to overturn the former San Francisco Giants outfielder’s obstruction-of-justice conviction.
Goose Gossage, Al Kaline, Dennis Eckersley and others are in no rush to open the door to Cooperstown for anyone linked to steroids.
There are no road maps for Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens. They’re on the short-list of best players in the history of baseball, but they’re heavily freighted with their ties to the so-named “steroids era.”
The union that represents Major League Baseball players was not particularly pleased with Wednesday’s Hall of Fame shutout delivered by the Baseball Writers’ Assn. of America (BBWAA), saying “to ignore the historic accomplishments of Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens is hard to justify.”
For just the eighth time in history, no player has been elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame, following a vote by the Baseball Writers Association of America.
A federal appeals court will hear Barry Bonds’ appeal of his obstruction of justice conviction early next year.
The off-season goal of the World Series champion San Francisco Giants is simple. “We’re going to try to keep the team together as much as possible,” Giants CEO and President Larry Baer said.