Albert Pujols sure likes Minute Maid Park.
The veteran slugger went way deep off Astros starter Lance McCullers in the top of the first inning Tuesday night in Houston for his 36th home run of the season and the 556th home run of his illustrious 15-year major league career.
The big fly pushed Albert past Manny Ramirez for sole possession of 14th place on the all-time home run leaderboard. Watch it soar up near the train track in left …
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Pujols has 50 career home runs against the Astros, the most of any player ever. And that doesn’t include some of the postseason bombs he hit against Houston during his time with the Cardinals.