Bonds breaks Aaron's record with 756th home run

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August 8, 2007 13:42

 
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Nobody in the majors - not Hank Aaron, not Babe Ruth - has ever hit more home runs than San Francisco star Barry Bonds. On Tuesday night, in his home ballpark, it didn't matter how many of them might have been fueled by steroids or performance-enhancers. After hitting his 756th, Bonds has the title of home run king all to himself, ending Aaron's 33-year reign. Click here to read the full story.

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