Ex-St. Louis Cardinal and current Los Angeles Angels slugger Albert Pujols keeps doing what he does best, clobber baseballs. Against the Seattle Mariners in the third inning, Pujols smacked a double to tie baseball legend Babe Ruth, for fifth-most RBI in MLB history. Later in the game, he would pass Ruth with a solo home run to put Pujols at fourth all-time for RBI.
The big-hitting 39-year old has 1,993 RBI in his career. Up next on the all-time list is Lou Gehrig with 1,995 and Barry Bonds with 1,996. If Pujols can remain healthy, expect those two records to fall in the near future. Pujols also ranks sixth all-time in home runs with 635. It goes without saying that Pujols is both one of the greatest power hitters not only of our generation but all-time. Keep on crushing em Albert.