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Weird Seeing Barry Bonds

Last weekend, the Miami Marlins visited AT&T Park and guess who came with the Marlins?

Yes. Barry Bonds.

He is now the hitting coach for the Marlins...but it's so weird seeing him wearing that uniform. He will always hold a special place in my heart and it would be great to see him take a coaching job here with us.

You are always welcome in San Fran Barry.

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Just teared up a little when I saw him back in the Bay Area
@CeezonKing Yeah nvm, scratch the Pirates. He should be on the Giants.
Yeah he def would be a better fit with the Pirates or the Giants.
you feel me. plus he is a bay area kid
@CeezonKing I know.....he doesn't belong in a Marlins uniform. I would be okay with him being with the Pirates. But not freakin Miami.
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