The Machine, Albert Pujols, can he be the one, to restore integrity back into America's past time. 762, that's the number he has to beat, the guy that holds that number, Barry Bonds. An obvious steroid user, he holds baseball's most prized record, the home run king. Hopefully not for long though, Albert Pujols has sneakily rose through the ranks the last two seasons. He now has 589 career home runs, which means he has to hit just 175 more to break the record. This might seem like a lot of home runs for a guy of Pujols age to hit, but he still has five years left on his deal with the Angels. If he can hit 30 home runs each season which isn't an outrageous to say with Pujols because he's done that every year he's played except one, and the one season he didn't he hit 29 so big deal. Now that would still leave him about 25 home runs short of the record. At that point he'd DH somewhere maybe even still play for the Angels, who really knows maybe he'd go back to the Cardinals, regardless he'd go somewhere to break the record. There's a lot of things that would have to go Pujols way such as staying healthy, being able to stay consistent, and the NL getting a DH. If the NL gets a DH the Cardinals would definitely sign him back and let him chase that record. It's definitely a reach for him to break it, but man would I be happy to see someone break it that was clean their entire career. Pujols has been very consistent in regards to his home run hitting ability kinda like Hank Aaron, so hopefully he can restore the integrity back into the game. The machine has one last task, lets hope he doesn't burn out before it's accomplished.