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Selig says he'll try to be in attendance when Bonds sets mark

Updated: July 25, 2007, 10:11 AM ET
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SAN FRANCISCO -- Baseball commissioner Bud Selig was at home watching Barry Bonds and the Giants play when he decided he needed to be at the ballpark to see San Francisco slugger break Hank Aaron's career home run record.

Selig arrived in San Francisco on Tuesday and said he'll try and be present when Bonds passes Aaron. In a statement earlier in the day, Selig said he decided to attend "out of respect for the tradition of this game, the magnitude of the record, and the fact that all ...

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