Congratulations to Barry Bonds who hit home run #756 against the Washington Capitols while in a ‘roid-induced stupor. See Barry Bonds photos before and after his artificial beefing-up. The record-breaking video of Barry Bonds’ 756th home run, which came on August 7th, 2007, is below.
Bonds hit a 3-2 pitch in the bottom of the 5th inning low into the right field stands.
The record will last until Alex Rodriguez breaks it in about 10 years, or it will last forever. The performance-enhancing drug problem in baseball will be dealt with soon enough, and this era of professional wrestlers masquerading as baseball players will be over. No more Sammy Sosa, Mark McGwire, and Barry Bonds freaks please. Prescriptions are expensive enough already.
You can see Barry Bonds’ career stats. He has a .194 batting average in All Star games and a .245 career batting average in the post season. Evidently Bonds has made a career of hitting the bad pitchers when the game is not on the line. Remember this when anyone claims that Barry Bonds is one of the great players.
The all-time home run leaders:
1. Barry Bonds – 756 (illegitimate)
2. Henry Aaron – 755
3. Babe Ruth – 714
4. Willie Mays – 660
5. Sammy Sosa – 588 (also illegitimate)
6. Frank Robinson – 586
7. Mark McGwire – 583 (also illegitimate)
8. Harmon Killebrew – 573
9. Rafael Palmeiro – 569 (also illegitimate)
10. Ken Griffey, Jr. – 563
The video of Barry Bonds’ 756th home run is below.
The record breaking home run. Barry Bonds is the new home run king of baseball.
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