Dodgers first baseman Albert Pujols homered against the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night in his first at-bat in what could be his final series at Busch Stadium.
Pujols received a standing ovation prior to the home run. He then sent a pitch 386 feet into the night. Here's the film:
Pujols, of course, spent 11 seasons with the Cardinals. During that time, he recorded 2,073 hits, 445 home runs, and a .328/.420/.617 (170OPS+) slash line. He won three Most Valuable Player Awards, two World Series championships, and a Rookie of the Year Award. He also won six Silver Sluggers and a pair of Gold Gloves.
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