Opposites attract when Kuiper calls Bonds' 756th
You think it's hard to hit 755 home runs? Let's talk about a feat that's just as hard:Hitting one home run. And only one. In 3,379 at-bats. Now you may think we're only tossing a crazy statement like that out there as some cheap stunt to get your attention. But this is one cheap stunt we can back up with actual facts. And the actual facts tell us there are more members in the 750 Homer ...
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BARRY BONDS: THE NEXT HOME RUN KING
ESPN.com's complete coverage of Barry Bonds' pursuit of Hank Aaron's all-time home run record. For more, go to our Chasing Aaron page
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• Jayson Stark: Selig doing the right thing
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