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Bonds counter
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THROUGH GAMES OF OCT. 1

Barry Bonds is 21 homers shy of Hank Aaron's all-time Major League record. (Nam Y. Huh/AP)
After surgery, Bonds looking toward 2007
After having surgery on his left elbow to remove bone chips and a bone spur, Barry Bonds says he's feeling "great," and he is looking forward to being able to work out again. Full story >
Bonds breaks NL HR mark
With his 734th long ball, Barry Bonds broke Hank Aaron's all-time National League home run record. Full story >
Bonds passes Babe
Barry Bonds' journey toward MLB's all-time homer mark became a race against one man May 28, as he sailed past Babe Ruth. more >
Bonds ties Aaron's NL mark
Barry Bonds' offensive tear continued when he slugged career homer 733, tying Hank Aaron for the National League's all-time home run record. more >
Bonds' future up to family
Two months ago, Giants slugger Barry Bonds said he intended to play baseball again next season. On Thursday, he said he would talk to his family before deciding. more >
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Barry Bonds hits career homer No. 715.
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Bonds' historic 700th homer on Sept. 17, 2004.
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trackerall time
2,860 GAMES 2,505
9,507 AT-BATS 8,405
734 HOME RUNS 714
.299 AVERAGE .342
.608 SLG % .690
2,426 WALKS 2,063
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