Sadly, no one celebrating Bonds' 715

Originally Published: May 28, 2006
By Tim Kurkjian | ESPN The Magazine

Barry Bonds' historic journey began in 1986 when he was a slender, speedy, 185-pound leadoff hitter for the Pirates. Twenty years later, a bulky slugger who runs slowly on painful knees has passed the game's greatest and most legendary player, Babe Ruth, on the all-time home run list.

It has been a tumultuous voyage, especially lately. Bonds has been the center of the steroid controversy in baseball, the primary focus of the book, "Game of Shadows," and now, sources say, is being investigated ...

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