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Tom Verducci
June 26, 2000
Last Friday, when Sammy Sosa drove in the 1,000th run of his career with a go-ahead, three-run triple off righty Guillermo Mota in a 9-8 Cubs win over the Expos, he became one of only nine major leaguers (listed alphabetically below) to have scored 800 runs, hit 350 home runs, knocked in 1,000 runs and stolen 200 bases.—David Sabino
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June 26, 2000

Fast Company

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Last Friday, when Sammy Sosa drove in the 1,000th run of his career with a go-ahead, three-run triple off righty Guillermo Mota in a 9-8 Cubs win over the Expos, he became one of only nine major leaguers (listed alphabetically below) to have scored 800 runs, hit 350 home runs, knocked in 1,000 runs and stolen 200 bases.
—David Sabino

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