Friday, July 06, 2001

Bonds HR drought reaches 10

The Associated Press

        LOS ANGELES —Giants slugger Barry Bonds extended his homerless streak to 10 games and 33 at-bats — his longest drought of the season - in Thursday night's 3-2 win over the Dodgers.

        Bonds went 1-for-3, walked and was hit by a pitch. He is 4-for-31 in those 10 games and 6-for-49 against the Dodgers this season.

        He hit his major league-leading 39th homer June 23.

        All-Star shortstop Rich Aurilia singled in the go-ahead run in the ninth inning as the Giants snapped the Dodgers' nine-game winning streak.


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