Albert Pujols had Angels fans on the edges of their seats every time he came to the plate since hitting career homer number 599. They had to wait three games to witness Pujols’ historic 600th, but it was worth it. Pujols became the first player to achieve the landmark home run on a grand slam, driving a low pitch into the left field seats off Ervin Santana of the Minnesota Twins. The Angel Stadium crowed celebrated as Pujols rounded the bases to a fireworks display. The 600 home run club now stands at nine, with Pujols becoming the fourth-youngest member at the age of 37.