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 Hank Aaron's career home run record. ESPN2 has also added a telecast of Monday night's game against Atlanta.
ESPN networks will 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 Aaron's record.

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