Last night against the Colorado Rockies, Albert Pujols hit the longest home run in the six-year history of new Busch Stadium.
The two-run bomb came in the first inning, and was his National League-leading 29th home run of the season. It soared over the visitor’s bullpen and cleared the left field bleachers at an estimated 470 feet.
|Photo by: Jeff Curry|
The Cardinals didn't let the blast go to waste either, as they went on to beat the Rockies by a final score of 6-2.
St. Louis remains five games behind Milwaukee in the National League Central with forty-two games to go. Six of those are against the Brewers.
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