How Aaron would fare in Bonds' time

Updated: August 4, 2007, 11:06 PM ET
By Charles Wolfson and Luke Kraemer, Imagine Sports | Special to ESPN.com

"They may top his records. You always get topped, you know. But in his day he had no equal." -- Chief Meyers in "The Glory of Their Times," about Jim Thorpe

There is an aura of timelessness about baseball's most hallowed records, which belies the impact of the era and conditions in which they were set. And no records in baseball are more sacrosanct than those for home runs.

The most notorious example of the circumstance-specific nature of home run records, and baseball's ...

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