MLB: That Time Jim Leyland Put Barry Bonds in His Place

MLB still isn’t here and other than reporting on who’s positive, who’s playing and who is not playing this shortened season, let’s look back on a classic moment in MLB history, when Jim Leyland, then manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates shut down superstar Hall-of-Famer Barry Bonds, long before he became the home run record holder.


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