NEW YORK (AP) -Barry Bonds' at-bats will be shown on live cut-ins and short turnaround highlights on ESPN during its Major League Baseball programs as he attempts to break the career home run record.
The network will also air live or taped cut-ins during non-MLB shows unless the at-bats occur during the telecast of another national rights-holder.
Bonds has 753 career home runs and needs two to tie and three to break Hank Aaron's record.
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