The Question: Where will Pujols end up on the all-time home run list?
On Wednesday night, Albert Pujols reached a couple more milestones to add to the scores of accomplishments he’s already amassed in his brilliant career. Pujols hit home run No. 30 of the season, making him the first player in history to begin a career with 12 straight seasons of 30 or more. It was also career homer No. 475, tying him with Stan Musial and Willie Stargell for 28th place on the all-time list. He’s now within 50 homers of such legends as Lou Gehrig, Ernie Banks, Eddie Mathews, Ted Williams and Willie McCovey.
So we want to know: how far up the list can Pujols go? Will he hit 600? 700? Top Barry Bonds’ 762?