Baseball Poised for Record Changes Major League Baseball's record books are ready for some big numbers, including homeruns for San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds and pitching for New York Mets' Tom Glavine. Sporstwriter Howard Bryant, author of Juicing the Game, talks with Scott Simon.
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Baseball Poised for Record Changes

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Baseball Poised for Record Changes

Baseball Poised for Record Changes

Baseball Poised for Record Changes

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Major League Baseball's record books are ready for some big numbers. San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds is set to top Hank Aaron's all-time homerun record of 755; New York Yankees infielder Alex Rodriguez is set to be the youngest player to reach 500 career homeruns; and New York Mets pitcher Tom Glavine is set for his 300th victory.

Sporstwriter Howard Bryant, author of Juicing the Game: Drugs, Power, and the Fight for the Soul of Major League Baseball, talks with Scott Simon.

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