Player to be Named Later
Sometimes $20 million a year just isn't enough, so in 2003 Barry Bonds chose to play hardball and withdrew from the Major League Baseball Player's Association licensing agreement. His desire for more lucrative personal deals meant gamers looking to play with the controversial outfielder were instead met by slugging doppelgangers named Joe Young, Reggie Stocker, and Wes Mailman. Jon Dowd has played left field for the San Francisco Giants in a number of games, including MVP Baseball 2005 and The Bigs. Of course, gamers could always name an invented player Barry Bonds, but that would be cheating, now wouldn't it?
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