The Alfonso Soriano Report

by Bill Chuck on August 8, 2013

The Yankees are now 0-3 since the return of Alex Rodriguez who is hitting .273 which is better than Alfonso Soriano who since his return has hit .244.

But now Alfonso has two homers and six RBI with New York as he hit 19th homer overall of the season.

With that homer, Soriano passed Graig Nettles to move into 56th place on the all-time home run list, with 391.

Player HR From To Age G PA AB Tm
Andres Galarraga 399 1985 2004 24-43 2257 8916 8096 MON-STL-COL-ATL-TOT-SFG-ANA
Al Kaline 399 1953 1974 18-39 2834 11596 10116 DET
Dale Murphy 398 1976 1993 20-37 2180 9041 7960 ATL-TOT-PHI-COL
Joe Carter 396 1983 1998 23-38 2189 9154 8422 CHC-CLE-SDP-TOR-TOT
Jim Edmonds 393 1993 2010 23-40 2011 7980 6858 CAL-ANA-STL-TOT
Alfonso Soriano 391 1999 2013 23-37 1861 7957 7346 NYY-TEX-WSN-CHC-TOT
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 8/8/2013.

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