Barry Bonds finished his MLB career with a record 762 home runs, but he thinks he could've had more.
Bonds is currently working on a grievance against Major League Baseball and could potentially file a lawsuit that claims teams colluded to keep him from getting a job after the 2007 season, according to CBSSports.com.
Bonds played his last game on Sept. 26, 2007, although he never technically retired. Agent Jeff Borris actively sought employment for his client as last as the 2009 season.
According to the report, Bonds cannot file a lawsuit against MLB until after the grievance process, per CBA rules.
The 50-year-old is no stranger to legal action. Bonds is no longer a felon after his 2011 obstruction of justice conviction was reversed in April.
Bonds threw out the first pitch before Game 4 of the 2014 NLCS and is a frequent guest at Giants spring training, where Bruce Bochy wants to find a position for team legend.
Bonds is a seven-time MVP, a 14-time All-Star, a 12-time Silver Slugger, an eight-time Gold Glover and the only member of the 500-500 club.