Pujols slams 200th home run as an Angel

There’s some truth behind the exaggeration. Pujols, 39, hasn’t yet been hampered by injury as in years past. His health has enabled him not only to remain a productive member of the daily lineup — he’s played in 58 of the Angels’ 70 games — but to rack up some souvenirs. On his way to becoming the fourth MLB player to reach 2,000 RBIs, he passed Lou Gehrig (1,994) and Barry Bonds (1,996). Then he joined Hank Aaron and Alex Rodriguez as the only players with 600 homers, 3,000 hits and 2,000 RBIs.


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