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1999: Wade Boggs of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays becomes the first member of the major league's 3,000 hits club to join with a home run, belting one off Cleveland Indians' starting pitcher Charles Nagy. He ended up going 3-4 in a 15-10 home loss to Cleveland. He would retire on Aug. 27, 1999, ending his career with 3,010 hits. The Devil Rays would retire his number the next spring.