Even at 42 years old, Albert Pujols is still looking for a way to make an impact for the St. And he’s still looking for a way to get his name in the record books.
Record Books Against Los Angeles Dodgers
After hitting his 20th career home run against the Los Angeles Dodgers, Pujols has now scored at least 20 home runs against 17 different franchises. It breaks the record held by Hall of Famer and MLB legend Ken Griffey Jr.
Albert Pujols Adds Another Achievement to a Storied Career
With this feat, Albert Pujols adds another milestone to a storied career. Pujol, a three-time MVP, 11-time All-Star, six-time Silver Slugger, and two-time Gold Glove winner, also holds several other places in the record books.
Fifth in all-time home runs, RBI
He is currently fifth in all-time home runs with 684, third in RBI with 2,169, and 10th in hits with 3,330. He leads all active RBI players, extra-base hits, home runs, and almost every other hitting stat.
A Role in the Cardinals Team
Even though she is currently in the middle of season 22. Albert Pujols has often managed to be effective. He still plays a part in this Cardinals team and has made several big plays this season. Through 134 at-bats this season, Pujol has recorded 29 hits, five home runs, and 19 RBIs. While the batting average is .216.
Compete in both the Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game
Albert Pujols will compete in both this year’s Home Run Derby and the All-Star Game. Pujols may be in for a fun time in the final All-Star appearance of his career. Along with Pujols, Miguel Cabrera will also appear in the All-Star Game. Both the players received special designations from the Commissioner’s Office.