The next to join the 600-homer club …

Alex Rodriguez finally ended his home run drought Wednesday, becoming the seventh player in major league history to hit 600 homers. That club isn’t likely to get many (if any) new members in the next several seasons. The active players nearest the milestone:

Player team Career homers
1. Jim Thome Twins 577
2. Manny Ramirez Dodgers 554
3. Chipper Jones Braves 434
4. Vladimir Guerrero Rangers 428
5. Jason Giambi Rockies 412
6. Andruw Jones White Sox 403
7. Albert Pujols Cardinals 392
8. Jim Edmonds Brewers 390
9. Paul Konerko White Sox 352
10. Adam Dunn Nationals 342

Alex Rodriguez finally ended his home run drought Wednesday, becoming the seventh player in major league history to hit 600 homers. That club isn’t likely to get many (if any) new members in the next several seasons. The active players nearest the milestone:

Player team Career homers
1. Jim Thome Twins 577
2. Manny Ramirez Dodgers 554
3. Chipper Jones Braves 434
4. Vladimir Guerrero Rangers 428
5. Jason Giambi Rockies 412
6. Andruw Jones White Sox 403
7. Albert Pujols Cardinals 392
8. Jim Edmonds Brewers 390
9. Paul Konerko White Sox 352
10. Adam Dunn Nationals 342

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