Prince Fielder hits 300th career homer in first inning vs. Toronto

TORONTO -- Texas Rangers slugger Prince Fielder has joined his dad Cecil in the 300-homer club, making them the second father-son duo to reach the plateau along with Barry and Bobby Bonds.

Prince Fielder homered in the first inning of the Rangers' 12-2 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Friday night.

Cecil Fielder hit 319 home runs in a 13-year career with Toronto, Detroit, the Yankees, Anaheim and Cleveland.

Barry Bonds is the career home run leader with 762. Bobby Bonds connected 332 times in a 14-year career that ended in 1981.

With Friday's homer, Prince Fielder moved into a tie with Chuck Klein for 137th on the career list.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.