On This Day In Baseball History: August 7, 2007

Barry Bonds


San Francisco Giants left fielder Barry Bonds hits a 3-2 Mike Bacsik pitch out of the park for his record-breaking 756th career home run. Bonds passed Hank Aaron who held the record for 33 years. The 7-time NL MVP would extend the record to 762. In addition to holding the all-time mark he also holds the single season record at 73. He is also the all-time leader in walks with 2,558 and intentional walks with 688.


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