Sunday, August 5, 2007


CROSSING HOME PLATE, MAKING HISTORY: The first part....SAN DIEGO – Barry Bonds reached Hank Aaron in the second inning Saturday night with a hard, opposite-field blast at Petco Park, his 755th career home run bringing a sellout crowd to its feet to cheer and to boo, the conflicting reaction matching a national ambivalence to the feat. He is one home run from owning the record outright, a mark many consider the most sacred in sports, one that Aaron held alone since surpassing Babe Ruth in 1974.
The second part.... San Francisco Giants' Barry Bonds waves to the crowd as he leaves the field after hitting a home run, his 755th, during the second inning of their Major League Baseball game against the San Diego Padres in San Diego, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007. With the hit, Bonds caught Hank Aaron and tied the career home run record.
But it's not over yet, there needs to be one more home run to set a new record @ 756.... Go Barry Go.. .....GED....

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