Dominican Albert Pujols hit two big homers and gets closer to 700 for life [Video]

Dominican star designated hitter Albert Pujols hit two homers and drove in four runs to lead the attack of the St. Louis Cardinals, who this Sunday beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3.

With his two home runs, Pujols reached 10 homers in the season and totaled 689 home runs in his career, fifth all time in this line in the history of the Major Leagues.

For Pujols, this was his second two-homer game of the season.along with the one he achieved on May 22 against the Pittsburgh Pirates, adding 57 in his 22-year journey in the MLB.

The Brewers took the lead in the second inning on a two-run homer by Hunter Renfroe (20), against Cardinals starter Miles Mikolas (9-9).

Pujols was in charge of responding for the Cardinals, pHitting his first full lap board at the close of that second chapterbefore the shipments of Aaron Ashby, who opened the game for the Brewers.

The Brewers kept winning by the minimum (1-2) until the sixth act, when Tyler O’Neill (7) disappeared the ball from the park to tie the score at two runs.

Dylan Carlson (8) was responsible for giving the Cardinals the lead, by flying a four-cornered stick in the eighth inning.

In that eighth chapter, Pujols was in charge of extending the advantage for San Luis, by depositing the ball over the wall of the left field with two companions in circulation.

The Brewers reacted by scoring a run in the ninth, by Rowdy Tellez (24) with no one in the trails.

Mikolas (9-9) credited the victory pitching seven two-run innings, with six strikeouts.

The loss went to reliever Taylor Rogers (1-6), who allowed four runs in two-thirds of innings pitched.

For the Cardinals, Pujols hit two homers, scored two runs and drove in four. in four visits to the plate.

For the Brewers, the Mexican Luis Urías batted 3-1; the Dominican Willy Adames 4-0; and Puerto Rican Víctor Caratini 1-0.

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