Like him or not, he's made HR history. Barry Bonds hit No.756 out of the park last night, which makes him baseball's new home run king. He broke Hank Aaron's storied record in the fifth inning.
There are plenty of fans already hoping for the day that Bonds' total—whatever it ends up—is topped. Alex Rodriguez may have the best chance, with his 500 home runs at age 32 far ahead of Bonds' pace.