After passing Jimmie Foxx on MLB’s all-time home run list on Sunday, Angels slugger Albert Pujols hit No. 537 tonight against the Rays to pass Mickey Mantle for sole possession of 16th place…
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Up next for Pujols is Mike Schmidt, who had 548 career home runs.
Pujols, 35, is tied for second in the AL (with teammate Mike Trout, among others) with 17 home runs and owns a .267/.318/.534 batting line over 57 games this season.