Albert Pujols has been with MLB for a long time, but the Cardinals legend’s stats speak for themselves. Seeing them all on one screen is a bit overwhelming.
Pujols got one last chance this week to embrace everything All-Star Weekend is about. The 42-year-old competed in the Home Run Derby and even made it to the second round by defeating Kyle Schwarber in a swing-off.
Pujols entered on Tuesday Speech before the game to the National League team in hopes of securing their first win in eight attempts. Pujols has seen it all and the numbers reflect that.
This stat card makes baseball reference envious.
Cardinals: Albert Pujols really did it all
All-Star games, World Series appearances, MVPs…what hasn’t Pujols accomplished in his illustrious career?
He’s done it all, and that’s one of the reasons he goes to Cooperstown every time his career ends.
What’s not included there is Pujols’ 685 career home runs, which may be the closest accolade he wants to achieve before it’s all said and done. Getting 15 more to reach 700 would be difficult even for him. Pujols is a part-time player at this point. With more than half of the season over, he probably won’t reach that mark.
It doesn’t take anything away from a player of his caliber, however. Pujols is an absolute star and will be remembered as such.
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