Bonds ties Aaron's mark for most home runs in NL

MILWAUKEE -- Barry Bonds tied Hank Aaron's National League's
home run record, hitting his 733rd Friday night.

Bonds' three-run homer in the sixth inning off Milwaukee
reliever Chris Spurling was his 25th of the season. The
San Francisco Giants outfielder is 22 homers from Aaron's all-time
record of 755.

With runners on first and third, the 42-year-old Bonds hit a 2-0
pitch that just cleared the wall in center field to give the Giants
an 11-10 lead.