Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is adamant that he hasn't decided whether he'll be present when Barry Bonds breaks Hank Aaron's all-time home run record.
Speaking to members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America before tonight's All-Star game, Selig said "all of this will have to be played by ear, I do have a day job."
Bonds entered the All-Star break with 751 homers, five away from
breaking Aaron's mark. After hitting eleven home runs in his first 76 at-bats, Bonds has just six in his last 131.
While many baseball executives have speculated in recent weeks that Selig will ultimately go to some games when Bonds nears the record, the commissioner says there's no plan in place, either way.
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