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McFARLANE BARRY BONDS COMMEMORATIVE 756 HOME RUN FIGURE’There’s a swing and a high fly ball, right-center field…back it goes…racing back Logan jumping up and that ball is gone! Number 756! Barry Bonds stands alone! And on the night of August 7th, 2007 in San Francisco, California, Barry Lamar Bonds has hit more home runs than any major leaguer in the history of baseball.’ A massive swing, a devastated baseball, a thousand flashbulbs and a trip around the bases brought Barry Bonds’ career full circle as he touched home plate and became the all-time home run leader in Major League Baseball history. Bonds’ 756th homer moved him one ahead of Hall of Famer Hank Aaron on the career home run list