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Bonds Ties Hank Aaron's Home Run Record

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Bonds Ties Hank Aaron's Home Run Record

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Bonds Ties Hank Aaron's Home Run Record

Bonds Ties Hank Aaron's Home Run Record

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Chart: Career Home Run Leaders i
Chart: Career Home Run Leaders

With the hit of his 755th home run, Barry Bonds tied Hank Aaron's record Saturday night in San Diego.

The commissioner of baseball released a statement calling the home run noteworthy and remarkable but also acknowledging the controversy surrounding the event.

And the baseball fans in San Diego, normally a pretty laid-back bunch, mixed boos with their cheers during Bonds' home run trot.

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