Found July 18, 2013 on Fangraphs:
Chris Davis, with 37 home runs so far this season, has been generating a lot of buzz lately — both on the field and more recently with some comments he made during the All-Star break. When he was asked about the all-time home run record, Davis said: “In my opinion, 61 is the record, and I think m...
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