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Albert Pujols etches name in history

In his continued quest to defy age, Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols continues to etch his name in the history books,  

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doing so in four different ways in the Cardinals victory over the Diamondbacks Saturday night.  

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In the career records book, not only did Pujols inch ever closer to the fabled 700 home run plateau, slugging home runs number 691 and 692, 

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Pujols passed fellow famed Cardinal Stan Musial for second on the All-Time total bases leader board, 

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moving into second place all time with 6141 total bases. Now sitting behind only Hank Aaron, who leads by a comfortable margin of 6856 total bases.   

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Pujols' two longballs also move him into a tie for 16th all-time for home runs after the age of forty, bringing his tally to 36.   

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The four hits also moves Pujols into 51st for most hits by a player after their fortieth birthday. 

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Bringing him to 152 knocks and passing Derek Jeter, George Brett, and Chaney White.  

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