MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Barry Bonds' quest at breaking the most hallowed record in sports moves to Milwaukee tonight.
Bonds is just two home runs away from tying Hank Aaron, who started and ended his career in Milwaukee.
Bonds will probably play tonight and Sunday, sitting out Saturday afternoon's contest following a night game.
After hitting numbers 752 and 753 in Chicago, Bonds says his mark in history is "real now," recognizing his own countdown to the home run record.
The commemorative balls being worked in for Bonds' at-bats serve as a constant reminder.