One of the living legends in the Major Leagues, Albert Pujols hit a double set of homers this Sunday as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3.
The first homer came in the bottom of the second inning, thus achieving the ninth home run of the Major League Baseball (MLB) season. In this way the Dominican added the first line for the Cardinals.
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Two more fences received the Milwaukee franchise to stay behind in terms of the score.
And to sentence the game "La Maquina" took it out again, this time in the bottom of the eighth inning becoming a two-run homer, as Tyler O'Neill and Paul Goldschmitd advanced towards home plate.
Likewise, Pujols accumulates 10 homers for the current campaign in the majors and amounts to 689 for life.