Barry Bonds is MLB’s all-time leader on the home run list with 762, but is still not a hall of famer according to most of baseball’s voters that decide who’s a hall of famer or not.
The voters recently decided that Ken Grifey Jr. was indeed hall of fame worthy. He was inducted in with 99.3% of the vote, and he thinks the controversial slugger Bonds is a hall of famer:
“Yeah. I think that overall, when you look what people have done, yeah. It’s not my vote, so I can’t vote for him. But if you look at what he’s done, those numbers speak for themselves.”
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