At 754, Bonds' record chase is 'sinking in'
SAN FRANCISCO -- For at least one more day, Hank Aaron can awake in the royal bed, instruct his footman to empty the chamber pot, demand the food taster check out his giant drumsticks, don his ruby- and diamond-encrusted crown and then order a queen's beheading or declare war on Red Sox Nation -- or whatever it is baseball's Home Run King is empowered to do.Because when Barry Bonds hits another home run, the throne is going to be a little crowded. Bonds hit his 754th career homer Friday ...
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BARRY BONDS: THE NEXT HOME RUN KING
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