Once upon a time, hitting 350 home runs would help stamp your ticket into the Hall of Fame. However, in this era of power, it is a nice milestone, but certainly nothing to sneeze at.

On Sunday, Torii Hunter clubbed his 350th career homer. That places him in a tie for 92nd place all-time with Chili Davis. When you think of all those who have ever suited up in the major leagues, No. 92 isn't so shabby (and he needs just one to move up to No. 91 and two to reach No. 90).

Several noted power hitters didn't hit 350 home runs. Among them Joe Adcock (336), George Foster (348), Boog Powell (339) and Darryl Strawberry (335). Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg had but 331.

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The 40-year-old Hunter's first home run came at age 23, way back in the 20th century.

Since 400 career HRs seems unlikely for Hunter, here's a list of his milestone home runs.

No. 1: April 15, 1999 at Detroit off Brian Moehler. A solo shot, Hunter was batting second that day. The rest of Minnesota's lineup was (in batting order) Denny Hocking, Todd Walker, Ron Coomer, Matt Lawton, Chad Allen, Corey Koskie, Javier Valentin and Cristian Guzman.

First grand slam: April 26, 1999 vs. Boston off Tim Wakefield. Career home run No. 3 and his first with any runners on base. Hunter has 10 career grand slams.

First inside-the-park home run: July 26, 2001 at Oakland off Mark Guthrie. This remains Hunter's only inside-the-parker.

No. 100: May 15, 2004 at Chicago White Sox off Esteban Loaiza. Hunter hit five home runs off Loaiza, his most off any pitcher.

First walk-off home run: June 4, 2004 vs. Detroit off Jamie Walker. It came with one out in the bottom of the ninth with no one on base. Hunter has four walk-offs in his career, the last coming Aug. 29, 2013.

No. 200: June 9, 2008 with the Angles vs. Tampa Bay off Edwin Jackson. Vlad Guerrero was on base. Hunter has three HRs off Jackson.

No. 300: June 16, 2013 at Minnesota off P.J. Walters. One of nine homers he hit against the Twins. He hadn't hit one out in three weeks. No. 299 was also against the Twins, off Mike Pelfrey.

No. 350: Sept. 13, 2015 at Chicago White Sox off Chris Sale. His third homer against Sale and, like No. 300, it came in the first inning.

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