Hank Aaron 755
Barry Bonds 744
Babe Ruth 714
San Francisco Giants (16-13) slugger Barry Bonds hit homerun number 744 Saturday, a solo shot to lead off the second inning, as the Giants defeated the Philadelphia Phillies (13-17) 9-4. Bonds is now just 11 shy of tying Hank Aaron’s all-time mark of 755. In the second inning, Bonds launched the first pitch he saw off Jon Lieber (1-1) to deep center field, finishing 1 for 1 with 3 walks. Bonds now has 1,952 career RBI, good for fourth place on the all-time RBI list. He is also tied for third on the runs list with Aaron and Babe Ruth with 2,174.
For the season, Bonds is hitting .347, tied for an NL-leading 10 homeruns, 22 RBI and 28 walks.