ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Albert Pujols is the ninth player in Major League Baseball history to hit at least 600 home runs, as he hit a grand slam Saturday night for the Los Angeles Angels. In nine years with the St. Louis Cardinals, he hit 445 of them.
To celebrate his newest milestone, take a look back at some of his most massive, and clutch homers while playing for St. Louis:
His first career home run:
Three home runs in a comeback victory at Wrigley Field:
The bomb off Brad Lidge to take the lead in ninth inning, in Game 5 of the 2005 NLCS:
Three home runs, including a walk-off:
Home run No. 400, Pujols is the first and only player to reach 400 home runs in under 10 seasons of play:
Three home runs vs Texas in Game 3 of the 2011 World Series: