Barry Bonds

Position
Left Fielder
Years
1986-2007
Hall Rating
359
Hall of Stats
Inductee
Hall of Merit
Inductee
Barry Bonds Photo
Peak
76%
Longevity
24%

Barry Bonds ranks a close second all time behind Babe Ruth in position player WAR, but of course that’s before adding Ruth’s value as a pitcher. Bonds’ record 762 home runs, seven MVP awards, eight Gold Gloves, all-time walk record, and many more accolades should have allowed him to coast into the Hall of Fame. Instead, he’ll be facing scrutiny for performance-enhancing drugs for years to come.

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Career Statistics

Win-Value Statistics
WAR WAA adjWAR adjWAA
About the stats
162.8 123.8 164.4 123.8
Run-Value Statistics
Bat Run DP Fld Pos
1127 44 6 175 -110
Season-by-Season Statistics
Year Team WAA WAR
1986 PIT 1.8 3.5
1987 PIT 3.7 5.8
1988 PIT 4.1 6.2
1989 PIT 5.8 8.0
1990 PIT 7.8 9.7
1991 PIT 5.9 7.9
1992 PIT 7.3 9.0
1993 SFG 7.9 9.9
1994 SFG 4.8 6.2
1995 SFG 5.6 7.5
1996 SFG 7.6 9.7
1997 SFG 6.1 8.2
1998 SFG 6.0 8.1
1999 SFG 2.5 3.8
2000 SFG 5.9 7.7
2001 SFG 9.9 11.9
2002 SFG 9.9 11.8
2003 SFG 7.5 9.2
2004 SFG 8.8 10.7
2005 SFG 0.4 0.6
2006 SFG 2.5 4.0
2007 SFG 2.0 3.4
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Player (Hall Rating) Similarity
Ty Cobb (315) 492
Willie Mays (332) 555
Hank Aaron (293) 655
Ted Williams (276) 720
Stan Musial (261) 747
Tris Speaker (277) 759
Babe Ruth (395) 864
Lou Gehrig (239) 922
Rogers Hornsby (286) 1013
Mel Ott (224) 1023
Honus Wagner (280) 1106
Frank Robinson (209) 1139
Mickey Mantle (235) 1146
Eddie Collins (251) 1157
Rickey Henderson (228) 1234
Jimmie Foxx (204) 1238
Albert Pujols (198) 1273
Alex Rodriguez (239) 1292
Al Kaline (185) 1297
Cap Anson (212) 1335