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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) _ Barry Bonds hit his 574th home run on Saturday, moving him past Harmon Killebrew into sixth place on the career list.

Bonds' home run, his major league-leading seventh of the season, came on the first pitch to him in the first inning by Milwaukee's Nelson Figueroa.

On Friday night, Bonds matched Killebrew with a home run for San Francisco.

Bonds, who hit a record 73 home runs last year, needs nine more to match Mark McGwire for fifth on the all-time list.