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 Posted: Sun Apr 9th, 2017 07:13 pm
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Carlos Beltran helped his Hall of Fame case Friday night by tying one of baseball's greats in the record books.

The 39-year-old veteran and Houston Astros slugger drew even with New York Yankees legend Joe DiMaggio for 49th on baseball's all-time RBIs list with 1,537 in the club's 5-1 loss to Kansas City, according to Jake Kaplan of the Houston Chronicle.

He's now six RBIs short of Harry Heilmann who sits in 47th place with 1,543.

Among active players, Beltran ranks fourth in all-time RBIs behind Albert Pujols (1,817), Adrian Beltre (1,571), and Miguel Cabrera (1,553).