SAN FRANCISCO — The record only lasted about 23 hours. In his first at-bat since setting Major League Baseball’s all-time homer mark Tuesday night,...

SAN FRANCISCO — The record only lasted about 23 hours.
In his first at-bat since setting Major League Baseball’s all-time homer mark Tuesday night, Giants slugger Barry Bonds one-upped himself Wednesday and began to create some distance from Hank Aaron. . .


Bonds hit his 757th homer, a two-run shot and 23rd of the season, into McCovey Cove. The 438-foot “Splash Hit” over the right-field fence wall off Nationals right-hander Tim Redding was his 35th to reach the cove since AT&T Park opened in 2000 and second of the season. The Giants have hit 45 to the water as a team. . .(Full Story)