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The Standings
Tom Verducci
May 03, 1999
This season Jeff Bagwell, Vinny Castilla, and Jay Bell and Matt Williams have become the Astros', Rockies' and Diamondbacks' alltime home run leaders, respectively. With 10 home runs in 20 games through Sunday, Jose Canseco could be tops for the Devil Rays by next month. In the meantime, here are the active players who hold team records for career home runs.
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May 03, 1999

The Standings

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This season Jeff Bagwell, Vinny Castilla, and Jay Bell and Matt Williams have become the Astros', Rockies' and Diamondbacks' alltime home run leaders, respectively. With 10 home runs in 20 games through Sunday, Jose Canseco could be tops for the Devil Rays by next month. In the meantime, here are the active players who hold team records for career home runs.

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