Sunday was an exciting day in the City of San Francisco.
The San Francisco 49ers played host to the Dallas Cowboys in the Divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
It was a tight game between the two NFC rivals, but the 49ers pulled it out and advanced to the NFC Championship Game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
But it was an exciting day for more reasons than just the 49ers victory.
Solidarity between the sports teams of a certain city is something we see a lot.
Another GOAT sighting at Levi's 🐐 pic.twitter.com/f6eBmsyx8r
— 49ers on NBCS (@NBCS49ers) January 22, 2023
Bonds played the vast majority of his career in San Francisco.
After seven seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, the slugger joined the Giants in 1993.
Over the course of his legendary career, Bonds was a seven-time National League MVP, an eight-time Gold Glover, a 12-time Silver Slugger, a two-time batting champion, and a 14-time All-Star.
He hit for a lifetime .298 batting average, amassed a grand total of 2,935 hits, hit 762 career home runs, and posted a WAR of 162.8.
And though his career is over, the 58-year-old is still loved by fans all over the Bay Area.
Fans were certainly excited to see him in the house for the 49ers game as well.
Not only did they get to see their 49ers take down the Cowboys, but they also got to see a Giants legend take in the game and enjoy the sights and sounds of Levi’s Stadium.