Albert Pujols joins MLB's 700-HR club
Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols becomes fourth MLB player to hit 700 career home run
Albert Pujols on Friday connected for his 700th home run as a major leaguer.
Dodger Stadium crowd of 50,041 gave him a standing ovation when he came back
After signing a 10-year, $254 million free agent contract with the Los Angeles Angels
The Dodgers went on to an 11-0 win. Albert Pujols finished his historic night 2-for-4
He joins Barry Bonds, Henry Aaron and Babe Ruth as the only players in the exclusive 700-home run club.
"I'm a true believer in the bottom hands being the key to swinging the bat. You watch Albert.
"If Albert doesn't get hurt and plays three-quarters in Anaheim of how he played here, we're talking about 800 or 850 [home runs].
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