After a long wait, Detroit Tigers star Miguel Cabrera is now finally a member of the 500 home run club.

During the sixth inning of the Tigers' series finale against the Toronto Blue Jays, Cabrera became the 28th player in MLB history to record 500 career home runs.

This feat only adds to his already impressive Baseball Hall of Fame resume.

Cabrera joined the likes of Albert Pujols, David Ortiz, Manny Ramirez, Rafael Palmeiro, and Sammy Sosa as the only foreign-born players to record 500 home runs. More so, he is the first Venezuelan-born player ever to reach this milestone.

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Cabrera made even more history with this feat, as he joined Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Manny Ramirez and Frank Thomas as the only players over the last 75 seasons to notch at least 500 home runs and hold a batting average over .300.

Cabrera may not be done just yet in reaching historic milestones this season. The future Hall of Famer is notably 45 hits away from reaching 3,000, nine doubles away from 600 and now a mere two runs away from 1,500 in his storied career.

Depending on just how many more seasons he plans to play in the majors, he could possibly soon join Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Albert Pujols, Alex Rodriguez and Cap Anson as the only players ever in the history of the sport to record at least 2,000 RBI. Cabrera currently needs 215 RBI to join this exclusive club, and at this stage in his career, it may take him multiple more seasons to achieve this possible milestone.

Cabrera is well one of the greats of the past decade in baseball, and he is now only bolstering his resume as one of the more proficient, well-rounded hitters that the game has ever seen.