The San Francisco Giants will withdraw the Barry Bonds number

The San Francisco Giants will withdraw the Barry Bonds number

Yesterday a party was held at AT & T Park. The absolute home run leader in the history of the Big Top, Barry Bonds, who was with the Giants from 1993 until his retirement, in 2007, received a tribute from San Francisco.
The number '25' that characterized the former left-hander during his time at the San Francisco Giants will now be immortalized in the park that saw him crowned the best home run hitter in history.
As of August 12, the number that Bonds carried on his flannel will be removed and will be along with names like Willie Mays and Orlando Cepeda.
At the ceremony, Mays took the floor and requested that Bonds be inducted into the Hall of Fame. This revives the controversy of the merit that the former outfielder could have for the scandals of using banned substances to improve their performance.
"Give him that honor," pronounced Mays. "The Hall of Fame is where I want it to be."
Barry Bonds finished his tour of MLB with 762 hits, a batting percentage of .298 and 2,935 hits. Although he could never get a World Series pennant.

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