Barry Bonds once hit more home runs in a week at AT&T Park than any Giants player has hit all season at home.
The Giants had won titles before, just not since they've been called the San Francisco Giants. That all changed on a Monday night in Texas, thanks to a cast of unlikely characters.
The tales of Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds and their respective personal trainers are similar, but also quite different.
Ironically, Giants broadcaster Duane Kuiper, who only hit one home run in his career, will make the call when Barry Bonds becomes the all-time home run king.
By saying he will be in attendance when Barry Bonds goes for the all-time home run record, Bud Selig is doing the correct thing.
The stage is set for Barry Bonds to hit No. 756 in his hometown. But given his recent struggles, that's no guarantee.
Just listen to what Bud Selig isn't saying to find out if he plans to celebrate Barry Bonds' 756th home run.
Many have misread the mood of the nation on Barry Bonds' historic home run chase -- in more ways than one.
Barry Bonds will now face six additional tests a year for all performance-enhancing substances.
In the grand scheme of things, Barry Bonds' reported failure of an amphetamines test doesn't amount to a whole lot.
Barry Bonds is at the winter meetings in Florida looking to talk to teams other than the San Francisco Giants.
The San Francisco Giants' brass spoke twice with Barry Bonds' agent, Jeff Borris, on Monday night, but Borris declined to say whether the two sides had reached the stage where they were exchanging offers.
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Barry Bonds' quest for home run No. 714 got some life Tuesday, thanks to journeyman pitcher Russ Springer.
As he remains stuck on 713 home runs, Barry Bonds admits that chasing Babe Ruth isn't an easy thing to do, writes Jayson Stark.
MLB's investigation into steroid use "is not going to cause Barry to retire," his agent told ESPN.com Thursday night.