ZERO....Barry Bonds has ZERO World Series Victories. And how sad it is.
Sadaharu Oh of the Japanese Leagues with 868. Barry Bonds is second with 762.
When you break a world record you get $1,000,000. This fact is true.
It doesn't matter how old you are. You can be any age to break a world record.
You call the guness world record book
Roger Bannister was the first person to break the the 4 minute record in a mile as a world record.
The Washington Nationals. Mike Bascik gave up Bonds' 756th home run on August 7, 2007. PS: The 'world record' for home runs is held by Sadaharu Oh of the Japanese League. He hit 868 home runs in his career that spanned from 1959-1980. Bonds ended his career with 762.
You have to break or set a record and have it officiated
Go to guinnessworldrecords.com.