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Barry Bonds Breaks Home Run Record

Aired October 5, 2001 - 23:25   ET

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AARON BROWN, CNN ANCHOR: We've got some breaking news, which in this case is a broken record. Here we go.

San Francisco. Just a short while ago, first inning, Barry Bonds. Yeah, against the Dodgers. It does not get better than this. His 71st home run of the season, and the most home runs ever hit in Major League baseball. That breaks the record Mark McGwire set just three years ago. Remember the record they said would take years and years and years and years to be broken.

Barry Bonds has two more games to go and, in fact, he'll have several more at-bats in this game. It happened in the first inning. Number 25 is his son. He'll get a pretty good hug there. Home run Number 71, a Major League record. In a month of bad news, a delicious moment.

Good for him. We have more ahead. We'll be right back.

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