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Image of 1992.024.002-003 - Official ticket and rain check from the 1989 World Series held the night of the Loma Prieta Earthquake.  Encased in plastic sealed around the edges.   Items are labeled ticket:  92.24.2 and rain check: 92.24.3;  Dimensions are for ticket:  5.25 x 2"

1992.024.002-003 - Official ticket and rain check from the 1989 World Series held the night of the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Encased in plastic sealed around the edges. Items are labeled ticket: 92.24.2 and rain check: 92.24.3; Dimensions are for ticket: 5.25 x 2"

Official ticket and rain check from the 1989 World Series held the night of the Loma Prieta Earthquake. Encased in plastic sealed around the edges. Items are labeled ticket: 92.24.2 and rain check: 92.24.3; Dimensions are for ticket: 5.25 x 2"

Image of 1992.024.001 - 1989 World Series Official Program; blue with red and white lettering over green baseball diamond.  Drawing of  batter with ball, catcher and umpire in background.  96 pages in color.  Dimensions:  11 x 8"

1992.024.001 - 1989 World Series Official Program; blue with red and white lettering over green baseball diamond. Drawing of batter with ball, catcher and umpire in background. 96 pages in color. Dimensions: 11 x 8"

1989 World Series Official Program; blue with red and white lettering over green baseball diamond. Drawing of batter with ball, catcher and umpire in background. 96 pages in color. Dimensions: 11 x 8"

Image of 2009.030.020 - Plaque commemorating Barry Bonds of Serra High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992.  Plaque includes image of Bonds and a brief biography:  "Barry Bonds is one of the finest baseball players in Serra High School and San Mateo County history.  Bonds, who played football and basketball, hit 22 home runs during his prep career and carried a .405 batting average.  In three years at Arizona State University, Bonds hit .347 with 45 home runs and 175 RBIs.  He was named to the all-Pac-10 team all three seasons.  As a sophomore, he had seven straight hits in the college World Series.  With the major league Pittsburgh Pirates, he was the National League's most valuable player in 1990 when he hit .301 with 33 homers, 114 RBIs 104 runs scored and 52 stolen bases."

2009.030.020 - Plaque commemorating Barry Bonds of Serra High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992. Plaque includes image of Bonds and a brief biography: "Barry Bonds is one of the finest baseball players in Serra High School and San Mateo County history. Bonds, who played football and basketball, hit 22 home runs during his prep career and carried a .405 batting average. In three years at Arizona State University, Bonds hit .347 with 45 home runs and 175 RBIs. He was named to the all-Pac-10 team all three seasons. As a sophomore, he had seven straight hits in the college World Series. With the major league Pittsburgh Pirates, he was the National League's most valuable player in 1990 when he hit .301 with 33 homers, 114 RBIs 104 runs scored and 52 stolen bases."

Plaque commemorating Barry Bonds of Serra High School being inducted into the San Mateo County Sports Hall of Fame on May 19, 1992. Plaque includes image of Bonds and a brief biography: "Barry Bonds is one of the finest baseball players in Serra High School and San Mateo County history. Bonds, who played football and basketball, hit 22 home runs during his prep career and carried a .405 batting average. In three years at Arizona State University, Bonds hit .347 with 45 home runs and 175 RBIs. He was named to the all-Pac-10 team all three seasons. As a sophomore, he had seven straight hits in the college World Series. With the major league Pittsburgh Pirates, he was the National League'

Image of 2017.001.001 - Bonds HR No. 715 Button, 2006. This button is made of plastic and is on a parchment of paper with the insignia of the SF Giants as 2012 World Champions. This button is painted in dark gray with black circle in the middle. It has a round shell in the front. In the left middle of the black circle is the symbol of the San Francisco Giants with the "S" in San is interlocked with the "F" in Francisco. In the middle of the black circle is a silhouette of a dark skinned figure swinging a black bat with his hands and arms while in his white SF Giants uniform and black helmet. Toward the right of the middle of the black circle, painted in black and in bold, the text reads "BONDS  /  HR No.  /  715". The text "715" is larger than the text  "BONDS  /  HR No." above. At the back of the button, which is the pin-back, there is a copper spring pin in the middle of the back inside of the button's shell.

2017.001.001 - Bonds HR No. 715 Button, 2006. This button is made of plastic and is on a parchment of paper with the insignia of the SF Giants as 2012 World Champions. This button is painted in dark gray with black circle in the middle. It has a round shell in the front. In the left middle of the black circle is the symbol of the San Francisco Giants with the "S" in San is interlocked with the "F" in Francisco. In the middle of the black circle is a silhouette of a dark skinned figure swinging a black bat with his hands and arms while in his white SF Giants uniform and black helmet. Toward the right of the middle of the black circle, painted in black and in bold, the text reads "BONDS / HR No. / 715". The text "715" is larger than the text "BONDS / HR No." above. At the back of the button, which is the pin-back, there is a copper spring pin in the middle of the back inside of the button's shell.

Bonds HR No. 715 Button, 2006. This button is made of plastic and is on a parchment of paper with the insignia of the SF Giants as 2012 World Champions. This button is painted in dark gray with black circle in the middle. It has a round shell in the front. In the left middle of the black circle is the symbol of the San Francisco Giants with the "S" in San is interlocked with the "F" in Francisco. In the middle of the black circle is a silhouette of a dark skinned figure swinging a black bat with his hands and arms while in his white SF Giants uniform and black helmet. Toward the right of the middle of the black circle, painted in black and in bold, the text reads "BONDS / HR No. / 715". T

Image of 2017.001.003 - Giants 2004 Media Guide, 2004

2017.001.003 - Giants 2004 Media Guide, 2004

Giants 2004 Media Guide with Barry Bonds and Willie Mays on the cover. The guidebook is in a beige color with Barry Bonds in his Giants uniform and helmet, with Willie Mays in the background in black and white with a wooden bat ready to swing. Media guide has a height of 9 and a width of 6. Includes various information on the Giants team including list of staff and team players of the 2004 San Francisco Giants.

Image of 2017.001.004 - G Magazine, September 2007

2017.001.004 - G Magazine, September 2007

G Magazine, September 2007. Volume 22, Number 4. The front cover is a photo of Barry Bonds at AT&T Park hitting his 756 home run in the field. Includes an article on Barry Bonds' milestones including hitting 756 home runs to pass Hank Aaron's record. Magazine is 10.75 x 8.25 x 0.25., on top baseball players and their home run records such as Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron, information on AT&T Park including a map, the 2007 Giants roster, highlights of the 2007 season and two separate interview article with Willie McCovey and Bruce Bochy, current manager of San Francisco Giants.

Image of 2017.001.005 - Giants Magazine, April/May 2002

2017.001.005 - Giants Magazine, April/May 2002

Giants Magazine, April/May 2002. Volume 17, Number 1. Front cover is of Barry Bonds smiling in a navy suit and tie holding a wooden bat in his hand in a green grass field with baseballs on the ground @ Pacific Bell Park (now AT&T Park). Includes article on Barry Bonds and his records. Magazine is 10.75 x 8.25 x 0.25.