by Bovada Sports on
Now that Major League Baseball has a strict performance-enhancing drug policy, home runs have dramatically gone down since the Barry Bonds/Mark McGwire/Sammy Sosa four year-run starting in 1998 captivated the nation.
It seems very unlikely we will see another player reach the 60-homer plateau anytime soon. It happened five times from 1998-2001, topped by Bonds' record (but tainted) 73 in 2001. Last year, Baltimore's Chris Davis led the major leagues with 53 home runs, which only ranks as the No. 26 single-season total in history. Read more >