The ages of players when they hit their 500th career home run in the major leagues (x-active):
Yrs Days ABs Date of 500th
1. x-Alex Rodriguez 32 8 7169 Aug. 4, 2007
2. Jimmie Foxx 32 338 7084 Sept. 24, 1940
3. Willie Mays 34 130 7533 Sept. 13, 1965
4. x-Sammy Sosa 34 143 7036 April 4, 2003
5. Hank Aaron 34 160 8612 July 14, 1968
6. Babe Ruth 34 186 5801 Aug. 11, 1929
7. x-Ken Griffey Jr. 34 212 7321 June 20, 2004
8. Harmon Killebrew 35 42 6671 Aug. 10, 1971
9. Mickey Mantle 35 206 7300 May 14, 1967
10. Eddie Mathews 35 274 8280 July 14, 1967
11. Mark McGwire 35 308 5487 Aug. 5, 1999
12. Frank Robinson 36 13 8427 Sept. 13, 1971
13. Mel Ott 36 152 9249 Aug. 1, 1945
14. x-Barry Bonds 36 269 7502 April 17, 2001
15. x-Jim Thome 37 20 6809 Sept. 16, 2007
16. Mike Schmidt 37 203 7336 April 18, 1987
17. Reggie Jackson 38 122 8600 Sept. 17, 1984
18. Rafael Palmeiro 38 230 9116 May 11, 2003
19. x-Frank Thomas 39 31 7666 June 28, 2007
20. Ernie Banks 39 101 9199 May 12, 1970
21. Willie McCovey 40 171 7583 June 30, 1978
22. Eddie Murray 40 194 11095 Sept. 6, 1996
23. Ted Williams 41 291 7454 June 17, 1960

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