If and when Rodriguez reaches this lofty milestone, he will be the oldest player to accomplish the feat—Ruth was 39 years, 157 days old when he hit No. 700, Aaron was 39 years, 166 days and Bonds was 40 years, 55 days. Rodriguez is 40 and will turn 41 on July 27.
Albert Pujols' homer total stands at 562 and if the aging Angels first baseman/DH can match his 2015 homer total, he will become the ninth player in big league history to record 600 home runs. Adrian Beltre is the closest active player within reach of 500 career homers with his total of 415, followed by Miguel Cabrera's 409.