Bonds joins the exclusive 700 club
With a 392-foot shot just into the left-field bleachers at SBC Park on Sept. 17, Barry Bonds became the third player after legends Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth to hit 700 homers in his career. Own the game | More >
Bonds: 700 was unbelievable
You really can't put it in words to be in a class with those two great players, Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth. It's like you're dreaming and you're not dreaming. It's unreal. More >
Schlegel: 700 deserves more love
Whatever the reason, No. 700 seems like the poor stepchild of Barry Bonds' famous homers -- the underappreciated one, the one that doesn't quite get the attention it deserves. More >
Fellow players amazed by Bonds
For many of Barry Bonds' baseball contemporaries, 700 is a number that's hard to fathom. To the men who are paid to crush baseballs in abundance, it's something seemingly beyond infinity. More >
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