NEW YORK (AP) -- Career home run record-holder Hank Aaron says it's nothing personal, but he is not reconsidering and won't go to see Barry Bonds break his record, even if it happens right in Aaron's home area of Atlanta.
Aaron hit many of his 755 homers while playing for the Milwaukee Braves before the team moved to Atlanta.
He ended his career with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Aaron tells The Associated Press his 23-year career made him tied of traveling, and he's not going anywhere to see someone hit a home run.
But he also says he wishes Bonds all the luck in the world.
The San Francisco slugger is 10 homers shy of the record.