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August 7,

Barry Bonds watches his 756th career home run head for the right-center-field bleachers. (Eric Risberg/AP)
Bonds becomes king of swing by belting homer No. 756
With a fifth-inning shot off Nationals left-hander Mike Bacsik at AT&T Park, Barry Bonds now stands alone atop Major League Baseball's all-time homer list with 756 career long balls. Full story >
Aaron congratulates Bonds
Hank Aaron paid tribute to Barry Bonds becoming the home run king via a video message on the scoreboard. Full story >
Singer: Bonds, destiny meet
Barry Bonds floated around the bases at AT&T Park and Hank Aaron welcomed him home. Full story >
Teammates enjoy homer
Giants players and management spoke of reverence and relief in the wake of 756. Full story >
NY man emerges with ball
Passing through on his way to Australia, Matt Murphy came to the game on a whim. Full story >
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Barry Bonds becomes the home run king.

Bonds ties Hank Aaron with homer No. 755.

Bonds passes Babe Ruth with homer No. 715.

Bonds' historic 700th homer on Sept. 17, 2004.
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as of Aug. 7, 2007
2,956 GAMES 3,298
9,774 AT-BATS 12,364
756 HOME RUNS 755
.298 AVERAGE .305
.607 SLG % .555
2,540 WALKS 1,402
hank aaron