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Uncommon Surge Leads to Albert Pujols' 700th Career Home Run

It wasn’t long ago that it seemed the slugger’s ascension to the elite 700-homer club would truncate. Pujols' career was on life support when the Angels released him 33 home runs shy of 700 in 2021. Blessed with new life when St. Louis signed him to a one-year deal, the 42-year-old has defied age, time and the odds while proving his final season would be much more than a farewell tour. Here’s more on why Pujols’ grand exit is being called one of the greatest mic drops in baseball history.

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Uncommon Surge Leads to Albert Pujols' 700th Career Home Run
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