Sure, Aaron Judge is the only one in baseball who is chasing the single-season domestic run record
But Albert Pujols’ quest to hit seven hundred domestic runs for his career feels notably more pressing.
Judge may also have another crack at Barry Bonds’ document. Pujols has made clear he intends to retire
after this season whether or now not he will become the fourth player in MLB records to attain seven-hundred.
Sportsbooks all over are rushing to rate out the odds here.
One oddsmaker and market analyst told BetFTW the genuine percent for Pujols
to hit seven hundred is 18 percent—odds that translate to approximately +425.
At the charge he’s presently hitting, the Cardinals legend will sincerely make
that variety appearance comical with the aid of the give up of the year.