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Players Who Have Finished Shy Of A MLB Milestone
- Updated: August 7, 2016
On Sunday, the New York Yankees announced that Alex Rodriguez would be released from the team but re-hired as an adviser. Rodriguez through his own interview with Fox Sports and also through the team press conference agreed to the decision but one thing he left on the table was the four home runs he needs to reach 700 for his career.
A-Rod has not ruled out coming back and playing for another team, but since his last Yankees home game will be on Friday, and with Joe Girardi stating that it will be up to A-Rod if he would like to play in any of this weeks remaining games prior to Friday, there may be a slight chance that Rodriguez gets to the 700 home run milestone, but in reality he may fall short like many other Legends before him.
Willie Mays – 2992
Carl Yastrzemski – 11988
Sam Rice – 2987
Ty Cobb – 892
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