Alex Rodriguez passed Barry Bonds for sole possession of the fourth most career RBI with 1,997 on Friday vs. the Angels in New York.
Rodriguez hit a single in the fifth inning of Friday's contest to pass Bonds.
The Yankees' DH is hitting .284/.374/.530 with 11 home runs for the 2015 season after missing all of the 2014 season on a Performance Enhancing Drugs suspension.
In his 21-year career, Rodriguez has a slash line of .299/.383/.557 with 665 career home runs. He is now only nine hits away from joining the 3,000 hit club.
Rodriguez is a 13-time All-Star with two Gold Gloves, 10 Silver Sluggers and three American League MVPs.
Hank Aaron is the career RBI leader with 2,297. The stat did not become official until 1920 so many consider A-Rod to be No. 2 on the all-time list, but both Babe Ruth (2,214) and Cap Anson (2,075) drove in more runs throughout their careers.