Bay Area vs. Los Angeles Rivalry: Ranking the Top 10 Moments of All-Time

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6. Barry Bonds Sets Single-Season HR Record, Hits Nos. 71 and 72 vs. Dodgers – 2001

Tainted or not, Barry Bonds will forever be known as the home run king, and the year 2001 was incredible. Bonds jacked 73 home runs that year, breaking the record set by Mark McGwire in 1998.

Even better, he hit the record-breaking home run against the Dodgers in front of a packed house at AT&T Park, who all got their money’s worth:

Here is No. 71, crushed to the deep part of the ballpark, as called by the legendary Vin Scully:

Oh, but he wasn’t done. He broke his own record, hitting No. 72 later in the same game:

Poor, poor Chan Ho Park.