Albert Pujols finally hit a house run for that La Angels, ending a long energy drought of his career Sunday inside a 4-3 conquer the Toronto Blue Jays.

Pujols connected within the fifth inning for his first AL homer and the 446th overall.

The 3-time NL MVP choose to go 33 games and 139 at-bats dating to this past year with no homer within the regular season. He'd a 3-homer game for that champion St. Louis Cardinals on the planet Series striking seven home runs in spring training.

Pujols' homer arrived his 28th game and 111th at-softball bat using the Angels, who signed him to some 10-year, $240 million contract like a free agent in December.
 


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