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Did Barry Bonds ever play in a World Series?

Did Barry Bonds ever play in a World Series?

Barry Bonds Despite all the hardware he was able to collect, he never received a World Series ring. Bonds collected 2,935 career hits, a record 762 home runs, a record 2,558 base on balls and 1,996 RBI. Bonds played in seven postseasons, including the 2002 World Series in which the Giants lost to the Angels.

Who won 2002 MLB World Series?

Los Angeles Angels
2002 World Series/Champion

How many walks did Barry Bonds have in 2001?

2001 saw only one home run king, Barry Bonds. Bonds was not satisfied with breaking the now three year old single season home run record. He also set new records for slugging percentage (. 863), walks (171), and home runs per at bat (6.52).

How old is Barry Bond?

57 years (24 July 1964)
Barry Bonds/Age

Who went to the World Series in 2002?

Anaheim Angels
2002 World Series – Anaheim Angels over San Francisco Giants (4-3) |

Did the A’s win the World Series in 2002?

The 98th edition of the World Series, it was a best-of-seven playoff between the American League (AL) champion Anaheim Angels and the National League (NL) champion San Francisco Giants; the Angels defeated the Giants, four games to three, to win their first, and, to date, only World Series championship.

Where did Barry Bonds play in Major League Baseball?

Barry Bonds. Barry Lamar Bonds (born July 24, 1964) is an American former professional baseball left fielder who played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) with the Pittsburgh Pirates and San Francisco Giants.

How old was Barry Bonds when he hit seventy home runs?

Here is a link to the audio instead. Barry Bonds 2001 season trivia: 1. More home runs (seventeen) were hit by Bonds on Thursday than any other day. 2. Bonds became the oldest player to lead either league in home runs AND the oldest player to hit fifty, sixty and seventy home runs.

What was Barry Bonds home park in 2002?

That’s because when Bonds played at what was then called Pacific Bell Park, the Giants’ home stadium was — as it still is — notorious for being pitcher-friendly and difficult to hit in. According to Baseball-Reference, San Francisco’s park factor in 2002 was 93, on a scale where 100 is “average” and over 100 is better for hitting.

When did Barry Bonds sign with the Giants?

June 3, 1985: Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 1st round (6th pick) of the 1985 amateur draft. Player signed June 5, 1985. October 26, 1992: Granted Free Agency. December 8, 1992: Signed as a Free Agent with the San Francisco Giants.