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Top 20 Home Run Hitters of all Time

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| Name                  | hr      |
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| Darren Owens          | 788     |
| Rogers Glynn          | 764     |
| Rudy Lombardi         | 725     |
| Bruce Harper          | 722     |
| Damaso Colome         | 720     |
| Bruce Kent            | 670     |
| Clinton Anderson      | 667     |
| Pablo Vincente        | 667     |
| Cesar Pulido          | 664     |
| Alex Valdes           | 645     |
| Bosco Gleason         | 626     |
| Al Ontiveros          | 598     |
| Harry Cruz            | 589     |
| Darin McClellan       | 589     |
| Roosevelt Davenport   | 586     |
| Ismael Maduro         | 581     |
| Michael Dransfeldt    | 572     |
| Enrique Astacio       | 562     |
| Claude Long           | 562     |
| Javier Leon           | 556     |
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