8x Gold Glove
12x Silver Slugger
7x NL MVP
Bonds took steroids, there is no doubt about that, and he tarnished not only his legacy, but also baseball's most hallowed of records, and many, myself included, still consider Hank Aaron to be the Home Run King.
However, even if you take the numbers Bonds posted prior to his steroid use (believed to have begun following the 1998 season), his career line would have been .270 BA, 411 HR, 1,216 RBI at that point. If you tack on six more seasons of what his season averages were at that point, his final career numbers would have been 603 HR and 1,780 RBI. So while the steroids made his numbers ridiculous, he was already Hall of Fame caliber prior to that.
Bonds gave baseball a black eye that it has struggled to recover from, but there is no denying he was one of the best to ever play the game, even without the steroids. So he gets the nod in left field, edging out Rickey Henderson.