Bonds homered twice in the Giants' 9-to-8 loss to the Chicago Cubs today, giving him 753 for his career. He needs just three more to break the record set by Aaron, who started and finished his career in Milwaukee.
Yost says he and the Brewers just play the game, and it doesn't matter if it's Bonds or someone else playing for the opponent.
And he also says it wouldn't be fair to the fans to take away an opportunity to see history made.
Milwaukee is the home of commissioner Bud Selig, who hasn't said whether he'll be in the seats as Bonds attempts to make history.
Bonds says playing in Milwaukee is no different than playing anywhere else ... and the main thing is that he feels rejuvenated and his body feels great.