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Aaron, Mays, Ruth and...........Uggla


    Dan Uggla became the Marlins' all-time home run leader on Saturday when he blasted his 144th. Here are the all-time home run leaders for each of the other 29 existing organizations:

   Arizona -- Luis Gonzalez, 224

   Atlanta -- Hank Aaron, 733

   Baltimore -- Cal Ripken Jr., 431

    Boston -- Ted Williams, 521

    Chicago Cubs -- Sammy Sosa, 545

    Chicago White Sox -- Frank Thomas, 448

    Cincinnati -- Johnny Bench, 389

Cleveland -- Jim Thome, 334

Colorado -- Todd Helton, 327

Detroit -- Al Kaline, 399

     Houston -- Jeff Bagwell, 449

     Kansas City -- George Brett, 317

Los Angeles Angels -- Tim Salmon, 299

     Los Angeles Dodgers (nee Brooklyn) -- Duke Snider, 389

Milwaukee -- Robin Yount, 251

Minnesota -- Harmon Killebrew, 559

New York Mets -- Darryl Strawberry, 252

 New York Yankees -- Babe Ruth, 659

Oakland -- Mark McGwire, 363

     Philadelphia Phillies -- Mike Schmidt, 548

 Pittsburgh -- Willie Stargell, 475

San Diego -- Nate Colbert, 163

    San Francisco -- Willie Mays, 646

     Seattle -- Ken Griffey Jr., 417

    St. Louis -- Stan Musial, 475

    Tampa Bay -- Carlos Pena, 139

    Texas -- Juan Gonzalez, 372

    Toronto -- Carlos Delgado, 336

    Washington (nee Montreal) -- Vladimir Guerrero, 234   

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ENITEZCARLOS BA

DAN GOOD FOR YOU,THAT'S THE WAY YOU PLAY THE GAME.YOU GIVE IT ALL YOU GOT ALL THE TIME..
MARLINS FRONT OFFICE SHOULD BE TALKING LT CONTRACT IF THEY ARE SMART????

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