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Would Missing All of 2013 Officially End Alex Rodriguez’s Home Run Record Hopes?

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There are some hallowed numbers in baseball history, such as Joe DiMaggio's 56 (his hitting streak), .406 (Ted Williams' batting average in 1941) and 762, which just so happens to be the number of home runs that Barry Bonds hit in his career, seven more than Hank Aaron for the most in the history of the game. Whatever you think about Bonds' performance enhancing drug (PED) run to history, the fact is that his number is one that every ballplayer will be chasing if they want to be known as the greatest power hitter who ever lived.


One of the pretenders to the home run throne of Bonds is Alex Rodriguez. In unfortunate parallel with the two, "A-Roid," as he is called by some, ...

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