Rob Manfred: MLB Record Book Can't Be Changed amid Aaron Judge, Barry Bonds HR Debate


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MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said Barry Bonds will remain the single-season home run leader despite calls for Aaron Judge to take the crown

Roger Maris Jr. has been arguably the most prominent voice calling for an adjustment to the official records after his father initially set the home run record in 1961 with 61 homers. Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa passed that mark in 1998, but both players and Bonds have been linked to performance-enhancing drugs.