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Depreciating BondsGiants first baseman J.T. Snow was able to get home safely after a double by Marvin Benard on June 26, but teammate Barry Bonds, who was right behind him, was erased by Padres catcher Tom Lampkin.
September 11, 2000
$20,000Cost of reputedly the most expensive piece of Olympic jewelry ever made, a diamond and platinum pin in the shape of the 2002 Winter Games snowflake logo, sold last week by a Salt Lake jeweler to an anonymous...
March 29, 1999 | Tom Verducci
Four years ago Giants manager Dusty Baker asked a young outfielder, "What's your name, son?" The outfielder replied, "My name is Marvin L. Benard, and I was born to play major league baseball." Benard's always had...
August 17, 1998
TERRY FRANCONAPhiladelphia Phillies manager, on San Francisco Giants outfielder Marvin Benard, who was 12 for 18 against the Phils in a recent series: "If he goes to arbitration, he should take us with him."