Currently alive, at 52 years of age.
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1964 – Barry Lamar Bonds born on the 24th of July in Riverside, California.
1984 – He batted .360 and stole 30 bases.
1985 – He hit 23 home runs with 66 RBIs and a .368 batting average.
– He was a Sporting News All-American selection that year.
1986 – He graduated from Arizona State with a degree in criminology.
1992 – He became the outfielder for Pittsburgh Pirates.
1993 – He is the outfielder for San Francisco Giants.
2001 – Hit 73 home runs, breaking Mark McGwire’s record for most home runs in one season.
2003 – A number of journalists alleged him used steroids as well as other performance-enhancing substances.
2004 – Acknowledged having used performance-enhancing drugs, but claimed their use was inadvertent.
2007 – He hit his 745th home run (against Philadelphia).