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History Barry Bonds Hitting his 756th Home Run in 2007

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Katerina
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Barry bonds broke the record of Hank Aarons for most career home runs when he hit his 756th homerun against Washington Nationals. This achievement was remarkable, Even though the given the controversy surrounding it at that time. He was known for his exceptional batting skills, which helped him become a 14-time-All-star and a seven-time National league MVP.

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It’s amazing to think that bonds broke hanks record. Aaron was such a legend of the game.

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Wasn't there a lot of controversy surrounding it?

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Regardless of the controversy, bonds 756th home run is still significant achievement. Its not everyday that a player breaks a record that has stood for so long.

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Yeah I also think that bonds had an exceptional eye for ball and was one of the best batters of his generation.

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