New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton homered to become the seventh-fastest player to reach 350 home runs in major league history on Wednesday.
Stanton hit the ball out of the park in the first inning, with a runner on base, in the game the Yankees won against the Baltimore Orioles 5-2.
The star outfielder for the New York team needed 1,341 games to reach the figure.
The group of six players who have done it in the fewest games are: Mark McGwire (1,280), Puerto Rican Juan González (1,298), Dominican American Alex Rodríguez (1,301), Harmon Killebrew (1,319), Dominican Albert Pujols ( 1,320) and Babe Ruth (1,329), according to MLB.
For Stanton it was his third homer of the season and with his two RBIs he has 11 in the 17 games he has seen action.