You Can Now Bet on Albert Pujols to hit 700th MLB Career Home Run This Season

Albert Pujols has 39 games left to make Major League Baseball history.

When Albert Pujols rejoined the St. Louis Cardinals for a farewell tour in 2022, he was sitting on 679 career homers. After belting two homers in a game against Arizona this weekend, then another on a shoulder-high heater against the Cubs on Monday night, he has 693 homers, and is turning an impossible-seeming run at 700 into a real possibility.

Yesterday we posted the odds for Pujols to get the elusive 700 Homerun club, and according to the statistics, as of yesterday he had about a 15% chance of reaching the milestone.

Now we finally have some odds to bet on during Albert Pujols’ historic march to 700. According to the latest odds, you can bet on Pujols to reach 700 homeruns this season at +450. If you don’t think he can get to  700 before the season ends, you’re looking at a -650 bet, which means you’ll have to bet $650 to win $100. Not great odds,  but more than likely to be the outcome of his chase.

See the bet via DraftKings Sportsbook below:

He needs three homers to tie, and four to pass Alex Rodriguez for fourth on the all-time homer list. With seven more homers, he’d reach that star that seemed so unreachable.

Pujols will get plenty of chances in front of the home fans early in September. The Cardinals play 14 of their first 17 September games in St. Louis.

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