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Of course, many believe that rise was?accomplished through the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Though he was never suspended for using steroids, it is widely suspected that he used them during his career. Bonds has denied using PEDs.

TSN ARCHIVES:?Barry Bonds 71 homers are a lot, how about 755? (Oct. 8, 2001)

That suspicion was at its strongest in 2001 when, at 36, Bonds shattered the single-season home run record, crushing his 71st home run to surpass Mark McGwire’s 70 from 1998. He went on to finish the year with 73. McGwire has admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs.

Here’s Vin Scully calling the record-setting homer:

MORE:?Baseball, Vin Scully and The Sporting News, intertwined since the 1950s

McGwire and Sammy Sosa both chased the single-season record in 1998. For 36 years, Roger Maris’ record of 61 home runs in a season had gone untouched, but McGwire and Sosa went back and forth in their pursuit of baseball history.

McGwire was first to pass Maris, and he finished the year on top with his 70. Sosa, who has also denied using PEDs, finished the season with 66.

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Bonds also leads the career list. Of course, this also comes with a virtual asterisk as people believe he used PEDs.

MORE:?Manfred against asterisks for Steroid Era records, including Barry Bonds’

Bonds surpassed Aaron in 2007 with his 756th home run. Here’s how Duane Kuiper called the historic moment:

Before Bonds, Aaron had held the record since April 8, 1974, when he hit his 715th home run, surpassing Ruth, who hit 714.

MORE:?MLB world remembers Vin Scully, best calls

Aaron finished his career with 755 home runs. He never had a season with more than 47 home runs, and only six times in his 23-year career did he hit as many as 40 long balls, but he was highly consistent, averaging 32 per season.

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