Pujols victimized Bumgarner again in the fourth inning, a no-doubter to almost the exact same spot.
Pujols, 42, has 13 home runs in 70 games this season, including five in his last five games. With the big day, Pujols also moved past Stan Musial into second place on the career list for total bases. The three-time MVP has announced that this will be his last season.
With eight more home runs, he would become just the fourth player in MLB history to hit 700. He currently ranks fifth on the all-time list:
1. Barry Bonds, 762
2. Henry Aaron, 755
3. Babe Ruth, 714
4. Alex Rodriguez, 696
5. Albert Pujols, 692
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