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A-Rod passes Mays on RBI list with 1,904

A-Rod passes Mays on RBI list with 1,904

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A-Rod passes Mays on RBI list with 1,904
NEW YORK -- Alex Rodriguez's fielder's choice in the seventh inning Sunday against the Tigers drove in Chris Stewart, marking Rodriguez's 1,904th career RBI.

That gave Rodriguez sole possession of ninth place on baseball's all-time list. Rodriguez tied Willie Mays earlier in the game with an RBI infield single. Next up on the list is Eddie Murray, who drove in 1,917 runs.

Earlier in the second Curtis Granderson worked a bases-loaded walk from the Tigers' Max Scherzer for his 500th career RBI.

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