SAN DIEGO (AP) -Barry Bonds left San Francisco's game against San Diego in the third inning Saturday night because of a strained right big toe.
Manager Bruce Bochy said X-rays were negative and that Bonds would likely be out two-to-three days.
Bonds was hurt attempting to make a play on a fly ball from Adrian Gonzalez at the left-field wall in the second inning. Bonds jumped attempting to make a catch, and the ball appeared to hit off the glove of a fan who reached over the wall. Bonds appeared to land awkwardly on his right leg.
Bonds fell and rolled over as the ball bounded toward the left-field line. By the time Bonds threw the ball back into the infield, Gonzalez was on third with a triple.
``I talked to Barry, and he said he thought it was in his glove and somebody knocked it out,'' Giants starter Matt Cain said. ``I'll take his word for it. They (the umpires) didn't see it.''
Bonds, who has 762 career home runs, played the rest of the second inning, but was replaced by Nate Schierholtz in the bottom of the third.

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