Barry Bonds slipped past the Babe, crushing No. 715 (hint: look for the ball above the clock) off of Colorado's Byung-Hyun Kim in the fourth inning of Sunday's game at AT&T Park.
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Giants fans put aside the controversy to celebrate Bonds remarkable achievement. The 41-year-old slugger remains 40 homers shy of Hank Aaron's 755.
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Dallas McPherson steamrolled catcher Gerald Laird and slid safely into home plate capping off an 8-5 victory over the Rangers. It was the first series the Angels have won since April.
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In his debut for the Mets, newly acquired pitcher Orlando Hernandez surrendered three runs on five hits this past Sunday to beat the Marlins.
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Willie Harris, starting in place of the injured Wily Mo Pena, flashed some leather in center field to help Curt Schilling become the 104th member of the 200-win club. The 39-year-old Schilling tallied his eighth victory of the season as the Red Sox swept the four-game series against the Devil Rays.
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First baseman Ryan Howard slid under the tag of Chad Moeller and the Phillies salvaged the final game of their three-game series against the Brewers. Howard hit a league-leading 12 homeruns and 32 RBI's in May alone.
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Ivan Rodriguez and the Tigers had very little to smile about Sunday following a 9-0 drubbing at home to the Indians. Jason Johnson pitched six shutout innings and Jason Michaels hit a grand slam in the eighth inning to cap off the route.
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Third baseman Willy Aybar and the Dodgers have won nine of their past 11 games. Nomar Garciaparra drove in the winning run with an eighth-inning single on Saturday to lift the Dogers past the Nationals 3-1 at RKF Stadium.
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Left fielder Jason Bay has homered in six straight games for the Pirates. Last Tuesday against the Diamondbacks, Bay hit two solo shots as Pittsburgh lost to Arizona, 7-3, at Chase Field.
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Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino dropped this deep fly ball but he later redeemed himself by scoring the go-ahead run in the seventh inning against the Mets last Thursday at Shea Stadium.
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On Saturday, the Tigers won their eighth straight game, defeating the Indians 3-1 at Comerica Park. With a record of 35-14, the Tigers are only eight wins away from their 2003 season total.
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