The Fans Speak Out

November 2003
Baseball Digest;Nov2003, Vol. 62 Issue 11, p15
The article presents views of a baseball fan published in November 2003 issue of the journal "Baseball Digest." He asks whether Barry Bonds will be able to break the career home run record of Hank Aaron. Further, the fan suggests that he can, if he hooks up with an American League team as a designated hitter. He asks for a chart of 500-home run hitters and how many they hit as a designated hitters. The editor replies that among members of the 500-home run club, Reggie Jackson, Rafael Palmeiro and Eddie Murray collected the most homers as designated hitters. The article also includes a chart of 500-home run hitters.


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