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Barry Bonds Baseball Hall of Fame voting history

Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hits

Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants hits his 678th career home run and 20th home run of the season in the third inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium on Wednesday, June 30, 2004. Credit: Getty Images / Kirby Lee

Barry Bonds is baseball’s all-time home run king with 762. He remains outside of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

The reason involves his connection to performance-enhancing drugs and the BALCO case from the early 2000s.

But, in his fifth year on the ballot, his chances of earning the necessary 75 percent of the vote for enshrinement reached their highest number.

Here is how Bonds has done in the balloting for the Baseball Hall of Fame:

2013: 206 votes, 36.2% of ballots

2014: 198 votes, 34.7% of ballots

2015: 202 votes, 36.8% of ballots

2016: 245 votes, 53.8% of ballots

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