Tyler Snyder, 17, of Pleasanton, Calif., caught the ball and to his credit did not throw it back onto the field in disgust at Bonds' reported use of steroids to enhance his athletic performance.
The Associated Press reports:
Bonds ended a nine-game homerless drought -- a stretch of 29 at-bats -- since hitting No. 713 with a 450-foot drive May 7 in Philadelphia. His teenage son, Nikolai, a Giants bat boy, was waiting for him at home plate and they embraced.
Next up is Hank Aaron's record of 755 ... Bonds has said that could be a long shot considering he turns 42 on July 24, is playing on a surgically repaired right knee and with bone chips floating around in his left elbow.