Willie Mays Joins the 600 HR Club in 1969Willie Mays finished the 1969 season with 600 home runs becoming the second player in Major League history to hit 600 home runs. Hank Aaron hit his 600th home run in 1971 to become the third.
Through the 2010 season, Jim Thome of the Minnesota Twins had 589 career home runs and needed 11 to reach 600.
Alex Rodriguez at 35.
Babe Ruth. He was also the first player to hit 150, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, and 700 home runs as well.Babe Ruth on August 11, 1929. His 500th came off of Willis Hudlin of the Cleveland Indians.
Babe Ruth - age 36 Alex Rodriguez should reach 600 home runs right before he turns 35.
No. The longest home runs have been measured at just over 600 feet.
his first home run was 600 feet in baltimore