Bonds tops Mays with 661
More history was made April 13, 2004, at SBC Park when Barry Bonds passed his godfather, Willie Mays, by hitting home run No. 661. He's now all alone in third place on Major League Baseball's all-time homer list. More >
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Teammates awed by Bonds
When they're gray and enfeebled, pushing their walkers, the Giants of 2004 will recall that at 2:46 p.m. Pacific Time on April 12 at SBC Park, they witnessed Bonds crush career homer No. 660. More >
Floating fan happy to return 660
Larry Ellison, who retrieved Barry Bonds' 660th homer from the waters of McCovey Cove, could have tried to cash in on the historic ball. Instead, he cheerfully returned it to Bonds, hoping -- though not expecting -- to just receive some memorabilia in exchange. More >
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