Noting that 43-year-old Barry Bonds is still 22 home runs away from breaking Hank Aaron’s career home run record, ESPN’s Jim Caple provides “22 reasons Bonds won’t pass Aaron.”
Some are funny and some are good points. My guess, though, is that Bonds does it.
I’m a Braves fan and have great respect for Aaron’s legacy. He would be on the All-Star team at the Hall of Fame. Still, I think even he’d admit that Bonds is a better ballplayer.
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