Albert Pujols Is Fourth Player to 700 Home Runs


It was June 2001, the first half of the first season of a career nobody saw coming. Albert Pujols was back in Kansas City, Mo., where he had played two years earlier for a community college that had never produced a major league player. Now, as a St. Louis Cardinals rookie, he was somehow batting .350 with a lot of home runs. But how good was he, really?

“The feeling that day was that you’ve got this whole lineup of 10-year veterans coming at you — Mark McGwire, Jim Edmonds — so…



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