Updated: Jun 8, 2005, 11:18 PM

Vote: Will A-Rod hit 756?

With a few weeks to spare before his July 27 birthday, Alex Rodriguez became the first player in MLB history to hit 400 home runs before the age of 30.

The subject of ridicule during New York's April struggles, A-Rod now appears to have a strong case for AL MVP consideration. But where does he go from here? With Barry Bonds' future uncertain, is Rodriguez now the top challenger to Hank Aaron's career home run record? Or will his post-30 career go the way of Ken Griffey Jr., a former teammate in Seattle?


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