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  • Bonds Breaks Aaron's NL Home Run Record

    09/23/2006 6:39:43 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 158 replies · 3,081+ views
    http://www.comcast.net ^ | 9 23 06 | Associated Press
    51 minutes ago MILWAUKEE - Barry Bonds hit his 734th career home run Saturday night, breaking Hank Aaron's NL record in the same city where the Hall of Fame slugger started and ended his major league career. The San Francisco Giants star hit a 1-0 pitch from Milwaukee's Chris Capuano over the right-center fence in the third inning, just out of the reach of outfielders Brady Clark and Corey Hart. Bonds, who hit No. 733 and drove in a season-high six runs Friday night, is 21 homers shy of Aaron's career mark of 755. It was Bonds' 26th home run...
  • Barry Bonds hopes to kiss about 40 pounds goodbye this winter

    10/02/2005 8:15:17 PM PDT · by weef · 20 replies · 658+ views
    ESPN ^ | 10/2/2005 | Associated Press
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Giants general manager Brian Sabean thinks Barry Bonds could be physically ready to play around 120 games for San Francisco next season. Barry Bonds hopes to kiss about 40 pounds goodbye this winter.Sabean and Bonds both have acknowledged the slugger needs an intense conditioning program over the winter to shed some weight Bonds put on while recovering from three operations this year on his right knee. Sabean hinted that Bonds might continue to work with physical therapist Clive Brewster in Los Angeles this offseason under the direction of Angels' team orthopedist Dr. Lewis Yocum, the pair who...