Albert Pujols hit two home runs and scored 675 for life with the Los Angeles Dodgers in the MLB.
Through the game of the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Los Angeles Dodgers, Albert Pujols continued a racing rally that his team ran on home runs.
After watching Justin Turner and Mookie Betts hit bases loaded home runs, AJ Pollock and Zach McKinstry hit home runs, Albert Pujols who is the active player with the most home runs could not sit idly by.
Always punishing lefties he pinned her at 387 feet with a 107 mph exit while in the eighth inning.
However in the eighth inning when his team had a 19-run lead, Albert Pujols did not spare the position player who was pitching for the Arizona Diamondbakcs given the situation, Josh Reddick, who Pujols took advantage of to hit another home run and the 13 of the season with the Los Angeles Dodgers in MLB.
Albert Pujols has 20 seasons with 10 or more homers in the MLB, now hitting .234 with 13 homers and 35 RBIs in some 62 games played this season. In this game he is 5-2 with 2 strikeouts and two hits.
The game was 20-1 ahead of the 2020 champions, so the one that arrived in May added one more digit to the scoreboard.
Here’s the list for the 700 home run race:
Barry Bonds 762
Hank Aaron 755
Babe Ruth 714
Alex Rodriguez 696
Albert Pujols 675
No other active player doesn’t even have 600 home runs in the majors, while Pujols pursues his dream of being the first Latino to do so in MLB history. (Bolavip)
🚨 Don’t go to sleep without first seeing this bombshell by Albert Pujols. 🚨#MLBDominicana pic.twitter.com/c8wtUv6HoC
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Albert Pujols breaks the unwritten rules and hits a baseball hard with his team up 20-1. pic.twitter.com/gjNjiDlpGu
– Major League GIFs (@MajorLeagueGIFs) July 11, 2021