Albert Pujols Career Home Runs
Albert Pujols is one of the most prolific sluggers in baseball history. He currently has a career total of 668 home runs and is widely considered to be one of the greatest power hitters of all time.
Pujols entered the Major Leagues in 2001 as a rookie with the St. Louis Cardinals. He quickly made an impact as a slugger, hitting 37 home runs as a rookie and winning the National League Rookie of the Year Award. In his first eleven seasons with the Cardinals, Pujols hit no fewer than 28 home runs each season and never hit fewer than 32 home runs in any of those seasons.
Pujols joined the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2012. In his first four seasons with the Angels, he hit no fewer than 22 home runs and never hit fewer than 27. In 2016, he had a resurgence and hit 31 home runs. In 2017, he hit 23 home runs and in 2018, he hit 19 home runs. He is currently playing for the Angels, and many believe he can still hit at a high level.
Career Home Runs
Albert Pujols has a total of 668 career home runs. He is one of only nine players with 600+ career home runs, and is currently the 4th highest active home run hitter. He is also among the all-time top 20 home run hitters in Major League Baseball. Pujols is likely to continue to rise on the all-time home run list, and could potentially challenge Barry Bonds’ record of 762.
Home Run Records
Pujols is the all-time home run leader for the St. Louis Cardinals, as well as in the National League. He also holds numerous single-season home run records, including the highest total home runs in a rookie season (37). He also has the record for most total home runs over a 11 year span (393). Pujols is also the all-time leader in home runs hit on the Opening Day of MLB (9).
Albert Pujols is one of the most prolific power hitters in baseball history. He has a career total of 668 home runs and is likely to continue his climb up the all-time home run list. He has numerous single season and career home run records and is considered to be one of the greatest power hitters of all time.