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Barry Bonds Memorabilia

Barry Bonds Autographed Sports Memorabilia

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Player(s) Item Size Image Price
Barry Bonds Inscribed Baseball Official Barry Bonds Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$449.95
Barry Bonds 5 Time MVP Signed Bat Barry Bonds Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$399.95
Barry Bonds Autographed Baseball Bat Barry Bonds Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$199.95
Barry Bonds Signed OML Baseball Official Barry Bonds Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$279.99
Barry Bonds Signed 600HR Baseball /600 Official Barry Bonds Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$279.99
Barry Bonds Signed Bat Regular Barry Bonds Autograph Sports Memorabilia Click Image for more info
$599.99
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Barry Bonds

Barry Bonds is the all time single season homerun champ with an amazing 73 homeruns in 2001 as you can see in the autographed photo above of Bonds hitting that homerun. He is one of only 3 three players with over 700 career homeruns. He is about to pass Babe Ruth and by the end of next year will probably become the all time career home run leader. He has won an almost unbeatable record of 7 MVP's, including 4 MVP's in a row from 2001 to 2004. In that 4 years stretch he had a batting average of .328, .370, .341, and .362 and hit a total of 209 homeruns. He is the all time career leader in walks and has a career batting average over .300. He will be a first ballot Hall of Famer and will go down in history as one of the greatest players to ever play the game.