The New York Yankees third baseman hit a two-run home run in the top of the sixth inning, which put him at 2,001 runs batted in over his illustrious career. Since the RBI became an officially recognized and recorded stat, only one other player in baseball history has eclipsed 2,000, per ESPN Stats & Info.Rodriguez has been one of the Yankees' best hitters this year, which is impressive considering he missed the entire 2014 season. His 11 home runs and. 505 slugging percentage are second on the team, while he's also third in batting average. Looking to the future, Rodriguez could potentially pass Hank Aaron for first on the all-time RBI list, but the chances seem a little slim. Assuming he finishes with 80 or 90 RBI this year, the 39-year-old would still need a couple hundred more to move ahead of Hammerin' Hank.
ALEX RODRIGUEZ SIGNED GAME USED LINEUP CARD FROM HISTORIC GAME RBI #2000/HR #666.