Ironically, his feat was achieved despite his side’s 13-12 loss to one of Aaron’s former side the Milwaukee Brewers.
Bonds’ blast in the sixth inning was the NL record-tying 733rd career homerun, although the former Pittsburgh Pirate sits 22 homers behind Aaron’s all-time major league record of 755, 22 of which came in the American League.
Bonds finished 3-for-5 with a season-high six RBI.
The seven-time NL Most Valuable Player had a two-run double in the first inning and an RBI two-base hit in the fifth to pass Rafael Palmeiro for 14th place on the all-time doubles list.
His sixth-inning effort gave him a stunning 17 seasons with 25 homers and made pitcher Chris Spurling the 433rd victim of his illustrious career.
But the Brewers rallied in the bottom half, tying the game on a two-out RBI single by Bill Hall against Vinnie Chulk.
Later in the inning with the bases loaded, David Bell hit a grounder to the right of shortstop Omar Vizquel, whose throw to second came just barely after a hustling Jeff Cirillo slid in safely.
San Francisco lost for the seventh time in nine games to fall five games off the wild card pace.