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Ripken And Gwynn Say Barry Is An All-Star

The MLB Hall Of Fame Inductees of the Class of 2007 say that San Francisco Giants outfielder Barry Bonds should definitely be on the National League All-Star roster next month. Former Baltimore Orioles shortstop Cal Ripken Jr. and former San Diego Padres outfielder Tony Gwynn said in an interview published Tuesday, that despite the controversy that surrounds Bonds he should definitely be representing the Giants in the annual event that will be held in San Francisco next month. Bonds currently leads the Giants with a .292 batting average and has 15 home runs. He is six shy of Hank Aaron's MLB mark of 755 with 749 career home runs.

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