Alltime home runs and ect.

troyboy73

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Robinson Cano drilled his first for the Mets. #312 and has almost 2500 hits. Getting close to HOF credentials by the time he is done.

Edwin Encarnacion. Blasted his first homer of the year. #381 and moving up fast.
 

troyboy73

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Curtis Granderson socked #333. Next up is Darrly Strawberry with 335.

Ryan Braun hit #323. Lance Parrish next with324.

Ian Kinsler now has 245 HRwith over 1940 hits Robin Yount next with 251

Nelson Cruz hits #361 and is now #83 on homer list. Lance Berkman next with 366.
 
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wolves82

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Christian Yelich and Paul Goldschmidt on pace to hit 162 HR this season. Correct me if I'm wrong, but that would be a record I think.
 

troyboy73

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Robinson Cano #313 . Is #9 on active list for HR's

Albert Pujols #634 AND 3090 hits
Ryan Braun #325 #7 on active list

Curtis Granderson #334 and #6

Edwin Encarcion hit #382 and is #3 on active HR list.
 

troyboy73

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Jay Bruce. This guy is only 32 years old and hit #292.

And Encarnacion whacked 2 for 384!
 
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troyboy73

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Jay Bruce hammered another home run and Albert Pujols had an RBI and now needs just 12 more for 2,000 career rbi's.
 

troyboy73

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Encarnacion hit #386. Is closing on Johnny Bench with 3 more.
Albert Pujols gets #638

Curtius Granderson at 335. One more and he ties Joe Adcock.
 

Indiandad

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Encarnacion hit #386. Is closing on Johnny Bench with 3 more.
Albert Pujols gets #638

Curtius Granderson at 335. One more and he ties Joe Adcock.
Encarnacion has had a great career no doubt. But look at Pujols numbers... he is only 3 years older than EE and they both came into the league at about the same age.
It gives some perspective as to how dominant Albert was in his prime. The first 11 or 12 years of his career he was arguably the most feared hitter in baseball.
 

wolves82

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You are right. Can't go wrong with the numbers Pujols is putting up.
Ask the Angels. Pretty sure they feel they "went wrong". Last year they payed $27M for a 38 year old that hit .245 with 19HR and 64 RBI. They owe him $28M for this year, $29M for 2020, and $30M for 2021 at age 41. Yep, they went wrong...
 

troyboy73

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Nelson Cruz/Twins hit his 4th and 5th 365 for career

Miguel Cabrera hit hir 1st of season. #466 and now has over 2,700 hits.

Albert Pujols hit #637. Has 3,100 hits and 1995 rbi's.
 

Indiandad

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Nelson Cruz/Twins hit his 4th and 5th 365 for career

Miguel Cabrera hit hir 1st of season. #466 and now has over 2,700 hits.

Albert Pujols hit #637. Has 3,100 hits and 1995 rbi's.
Pujols has a decent shot at passing Hank Aaron for both the HR and RBI totals before he retires.
 

troyboy73

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Encarnacion belts #388 yesterday. #3 on home run active list.

Curtis Granderson hit #336 and is #6 on active HR list.
 

troyboy73

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Albert hit his 5th of the year. #638 and Willie Mays is next with 666.

Edwin E hit #389

Nelson Cruz/Twins socks #367 and is #4 on active list for HR.

Jay Bruce hs 296 and 1 behind Mark Reynolds. #12 on active HR list.
 

troyboy73

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Nick Markakis/Braves hit #3 and 182 for career. 2276 hits and nears rbi total of 1,000.

Jay Bruce and Edwin Encarnacion are hot. Bruce smacked #11 and career 297. Edwin got in the action and socked #390.
 
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