It was the 30th home run of the season for A-Rod, which gives him 15 different 30-homer campaigns. That’s tied with Hank Aaron for the most in MLB history.
It was also A-Rod’s 3,056th career hit, moving him past Rickey Henderson for sole possession of 22nd place on the all-time career hits list.
What a comeback season it has been for the heavily-criticized 40-year-old slugger.
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