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August 25, 2003
Bobby Bonds, 57, Star and Father of Barry

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Bobby Bonds, who blended power at the plate with speed on the bases to become one of baseball's top players of the 1970's and who combined with his son Barry to form the game's leading father-and-son home run twosome, died Saturday morning in the San Francisco Bay area. He was 57.

He had been treated for a brain tumor and lung cancer. He also had heart surgery in July.

Before Barry, there was Bobby Bonds. Bobby combined speed, power and grace with a love of the game that was evident in his broad smile.

Bobby will be missed.

-Tim

Posted by tim at August 25, 2003 10:36 AM

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