Bonds surpassed Hank Aaron Tuesday night as MLB's all-time home run leader with a solo shot in the bottom of the fifth inning in San Francisco. The blast made Bacsik -- an 18th-round draft pick by Cleveland in 1996 -- the 446th pitcher to give up a homer to Bonds.
"I'm part of a special moment that will never be forgotten," Bacsik said on Washington's Web site. "As a kid, you dream of this moment. Unfortunately, you dream of being the one hitting it, not the one giving it up. Honestly, I never watched (the homer) land because I was watching Barry's reaction."
Coincidentally, Bacsik's father, Mike Sr., prevented Aaron from hitting a 756th homer while pitching for the Texas Rangers on Aug. 23, 1976.
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