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Barry Bonds looks awfully different in a Marlins jersey

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Barry Bonds Addresses Hall of Fame Status


Barry Bonds accepted the Miami Marlins hitting coach position over the offseason -- marking his first full-time return to Major League Baseball since the San Francisco Giants didn't re-sign him after the 2007 season.

Of course, during his tenure in San Francisco, the home run king was a massively muscular figure that mashed a combined 79 home runs after turning 40 years old.

As a reminder, here are a few shots of Bonds with the Giants -- the last time we saw him in a baseball uniform.

WORLD SERIESGIANTS BONDSNew York Mets v San Francisco Giants

Since officially retiring from baseball, Bonds has shed off the bulk. His new appearance his been evident though his various Instagram posts -- but we hadn't seen much of the new-look Bonds in a baseball uniform since his playing days.

But with Spring Training underway for the Marlins in Jupiter, Fl., we're getting our first look at Miami's newest coach.

Miami Marlins spring trainingMarlins Spring Baseball

The slimmed-down version of Bonds should be a welcome addition to the Marlins' bench, under new manager Don Mattingly. Miami scored the second-lowest run total in the National League in 2015 while hitting the second-fewest home runs and finishing last in doubles.

He looks like a new man, but the mind behind all those home runs is still very much in tact, and should be a big difference maker for Miami this season.

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