YouTube clip of the day July 02 2007
Barry Bonds had a good weekend. He hit his 750th home run to pull to within five home runs of Hank Aaron's record. And he was voted to start in the All-Star game, which will be played on his home field in San Francisco.
It will be interesting to watch how the media and Major League Baseball treat Bonds breaking baseball's most hallowed record. Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig has already said he won't be there, and Aaron has said the same thing.
To get a head start on the final chase, here's one we all remember: Aaron breaking Babe Ruth's record April 8, 1974 at Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium. It's one of the most iconic moments in the city's sports history.