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Giants Features

Barry Bonds Milestones

756: A Record Launched

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.
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To the Babe and Beyond

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.
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Bonds' 700th Home Run

With a 392-foot shot just into the left-field bleachers, Barry Bonds became the third player after legends Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth to hit 700 homers in his career.
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Route 660: Say Hey, Barry

More history was made April 13, 2004, at SBC Park when Barry Bonds passed his godfather, Willie Mays, by hitting home run No. 661. He's now all alone in third place on Major League Baseball's all-time homer list.
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MLB Mountain: Elevation 600

With his solo homer in the sixth inning Aug. 9, 2002, against the Pirates' Kip Wells, Barry Bonds became the fourth man in history to hit 600 home runs.
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Bonds joins 500 HR club

Giants left fielder and future Hall of Famer Barry Bonds has homered his way into a select group of the greatest sluggers of all time -- men who have hit 500 or more home runs.
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Bonds HR Tracker 2001

Barry Bonds is re-writing the record books largely because of the same simple swing he's consistently displayed throughout his 15 years in the big leagues.
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