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LOS ANGELES - Barry Bonds strolled into the clubhouse late, but he was in no hurry to get dressed. First he had to glance up at the TV to see if Alex Rodriguez had hit home run No. 500. The pair of sluggers were on different coasts Thursday night, each struggling to reach historic numbers.
By Sports Columnist Tim Dahlberg
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