Giants slugger Barry Bonds is healthy, which could mean trouble for National League pitchers this season. Bonds enters the season needing 22 homers to break Hank Aaron’s record of 755 career homers. But no one Bonds’ age (42) has hit more than 18 in any one season.
Will Bonds be the Home Run King?
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Bonds hit 26 home runs in in 130 games last year. He says he isn't sure if he will take the field more often this year.
“Let the year dictate that,” he told reporters before the Giants' opening game April 3. “… I'm 42, not 22. I will get out there if my body allows me.”
Will No. 25 hit 22 in 2007?
Will a new home run king be crowned this season, putting Bonds — and the Giants — in the record books?
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