Los Angeles Dodgers’ veteran first baseman Adrian Gonzalez entered Tuesday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates with 1,999 career base hits.
He sat at 741 hits with the Los Angeles Dodgers, 856 with the San Diego Padres, 358 with the Boston Red Sox, and 44 with the Texas Rangers. That was until he managed to grab number 742 with Los Angeles and number 2,000 overall in his illustrious career.
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) August 23, 2017
Gonzalez came up against Johnny Barbato in the top of the 6th inning, where he pulled this double down the left field line for career hit number 2,000.
It took 14 years in Major League Baseball, but Adrian Gonzalez is now just the 285th player in Major League Baseball history to collect hit number 2,000. So congratulations to Adrian Gonzalez on hit number 2,000 and may there be many more for you in Dodger blue!
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