SAN DIEGO (AP) -Barry Bonds swung, took a half-dozen steps and clapped his hands. With no trace of a smile but a strong shot for all the doubters, he caught Hank Aaron and tied the career home run record Saturday night.
No. 755 was an opposite-field drive to left field, moving Bonds within one swing of having baseball's pinnacle of power all to himself.
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